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  1. rega83

    rega83 Thread Starter

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    i want a windows server 2003 that it allows to create more than 10 users,,,i mean joining 10 computer to windows server 2003,,i just can three users among computers,,i mean network id,,,when i want create user4 on the fourth computer ,its this error it say( your computer could not be joined to the domain because the following error has occured) ,access is denied ,,,which windows server 2003 allows that? please i need it
     
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    It has to be a domain controller running the proper roles to authenticate user and computer accounts. It is also dependent on licensing. You do not create user accounts on the computers if they are members of a domain.
     
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    i created 10 users in the active directory users and computers in windows server 2003 enterprise edition,,,then i want create user account( NETWORK ID),,i just can create 3 users on the computers,,in the fourth computers it takes that error i put on the top,,,so what can i do?
     
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    I am still missing what you are trying to do. Are you trying to create a local account on the computer or a domain account? What would be the purpose of the local accounts?
     
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    i created a domain on windows server 2003 enterprise and created 10 users in it,,,then i connected 10 computers with the server by networking,,so i must create a network id for any computer in the 10 computers ,,ok,,just 3 computers have created network id after that i couldn't create for other 7 computers because it say(( your computer could not be joined to the domain because the following error has occured) ,access is denied ,
     
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    Then you have not joined the computers to the domain. I have no idea what you are referring to "create network ID" all you need to do is join the computers to the domain and they will then be able to authenticate both the computer account and the user account.
     
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    i think its should be purchase windows server 2003 enterprise can you help me how to i get free windows server 2003 enterprise?
     
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    you can't get 'free'......you can get 'paid for' quite easily, however.
     
  9. rega83

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    how much it?
     
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    depends on where you are, what version, etc etc....probably a grand to two grand, USD I would assume. But that's a guess, and as I said, there are a lot of variables.
     
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    i live in kurdistan . iraq
     
  12. valis

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    I'd hit google and see what you can find for your specific needs......
     
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    ok thanks
     
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