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The policies were restored from a recent GroupPolicyEditor backup and the NETLOGON share were restored from a tape. As note, the gpupdate command took very short time to complete returning to the command prompt right away. - I have verified the permissions on the GPT.INI file and the SYSTEM Google of course.  I tried permissions.  I tried re-shares.  I checked FRS and DFS and many other TLAs along the way.  Nothing.  From the 2x domain controllers, I could access the See ME935918, WITP79913 and WITP81903 for additional information about this event.

x 1 Tony Woods In our case, we were simply rebooting one of our DCs. x 47 Tanja Ensure that the "TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service" is activated. Look at the corresponding 1058 Error it will say something like "network path not found" or "access is denied" and it will give you the name or the GPO it cannot You can no longer disable this service and have access to Group Policy Objects.

x 99 Anonymous I fixed this issue by "refreshing" the permissions on the Active Directory policies. x 88 Anonymous In my case, it turned out that the problem here was the share permission for ''NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM'' was missing on the SYSVOL share. From the affected DC, run netdom resetpwd /server: /userd:\ /passwordd:*. Error "The network path was not found." - See Error code 53.

DCDIAG, NETDIAG, and RSOP.Msc all run fine. But I was getting time sync issues within the domain. x 58 Anonymous I was having this problem on a 2008 DC newly promoted. NetBIOS will bind to both NICs, but there is a bind order.

Every time I tried to copy (with domain admin privileges) files from a DC to a member server, it would give me an “account disabled” message. Solution Fix: This is a common problem these errors usually will log cyclically every 5 minutes Do this first On the Server in question 1. Have you looked at the links Miles provided? Thx to all. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Software Forum 11 total posts (Page 1 of 2)   01 | 02   Next Search Start New Discussion Start New Discussion Create

x 83 Anonymous I fixed this problem on my Windows 2003 SBS server (two NIC cards - one for the Intranet and one for the outside world to access my web This issue can be avoided during upgrade by using "adprep /domainprep /gpprep" during the domainprep-stage of the domain upgrade. Followed steps in ME887303, which also refers to ME290647.Step 8 in ME887303 - purging the MUP cache - worked here to resolve the errors both times. Event ID: 1058 Source: Userenv Source: Userenv Type: Error Description:Windows cannot access the file gpt.ini for GPO CN={31B2F340-016D-11D2-945F-00C04FB984F9},CN=Policies,CN=System,DC=,DC=com.

The ipconfig /all has numerous info that can help us. I deleted the GPO, reran GPUdate /force and the 1058/1030 errors went away. The server had two NICs, one of which was normally unused and disabled. Please remember to be considerate of other members.

Where = the IP address of your other domain controller. In each case, I changed something, changed it back, and clicked Apply. x 1 Mark Minasi Looking at the error, it was clearly either a "you-don't-have-a-working-DFS-client" error or a permissions error. http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=1058&eventno=1752&source=Userenv&phase=1Some general troubleshooting steps.- Run rsop.msc on the DC with the issues.

x 1 Anonymous Check file and printer sharing on the primary NIC. So in fact, the DC tries to reach a machine which isn't there. Management. Than a gpupdate /force and a ipconfig /flushdns on both servers, and the problem was gone.

The following steps solved it: 1. Thanks for putting this together. x 1 Private comment: Subscribers only. Also check ME290647, ME832215, ME834649, ME886516, ME887303, ME887421, ME888943, and MSW2KDB for more details on this event.

x 1 Anonymous I had this problem on clients. BAM!  I still got it... Updating the network driver on the host machine clears up the error. This problem occurs because the Group Policy engine in Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003 does not have read permissions to the gPLink and gPOptions attributes of the parent OUs.

Double-click MaxPacketSize, type 1 in the Value data box, click to select the Decimal option, and then click OK. 6. I could, so I assumed that the client worked. One symptom of this is that you do not have access to the drives of non-domain controllers when you browse the network from some domain controllers. That makes for a more solid domain Group policy in VLAN and multisite or Forest, where you have more than one broadcast domain.

Has the Default Domain GPO been altered? Warning this will replace the default domain policy and the default domain controller policy with a factory settings clean one. This would imply a NetBIOS issue or a corrupt GPO on the server. No other solutions in here had worked yet.

All problems disappeared immediately thereafter. and for quite a while now (unsure how long - I suspect a year or more) they have been having challenges enumerating & applying group policies.  Event ID 1030/1058 would appear I enabled sharing on Sysvol with the necessary permissions. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\WaitForNetwork=1 was OK.

x 121 Rick Passero Userenv errors 1058 and 1030 have occurred on one of our two Windows 2003 domain controllers, twice now. The problem seems to be related to the background group policy refresh failing if the user has locked the workstation. If not your Group Policy share isn't going to work. Closing the application fixed the problem.

This fixed the issue in my case. every time it happened we had to restart to server. Something that is reset during restart is affecting the MUP cache and I still have to figure out how to correct this. * * * As per ME810907 (applicable to Windows At this point clear the logs and reboot – if the error persists do the following. 11.

The number of different possibilities makes these errors generic. Keeping an eye on these servers is a tedious, time-consuming process. One or several solved all of the problems.