Windows NT NETLOGON Problem. HELP!!!

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pathios

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Hi there,

Heres my problem:

I have an Microsoft NT Back Office 4.5 that belongs to a client of mine. I got a phone call that that users are unable to connect to the server.

I arrive at the scene, and try log into the server localy with the Administrator username and password. It tries to authenticate, but then I get the error message that NETLOGON services are not running on this machine. So therefore there is no way for me to logon to the machine.

I bounce (reboot) the machine, still no joy.

What do I do now? I cant logon to the machine to do anything... so I really dont know what to do. There seems to be no other way into the machine. Could I possibly take the hard drive out the box, slave it in another machine and try edit the registory that way? Is that possible? If so, where/how would I do this?

Any other ideas?

Your help on this would be greatly appretiated.

Pathios
 

pathios

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Hi there,

I know the admin username and password, thats not the problem. The problem is that the NETLOGON service is not starting at startup. So therefore I am unable to authenticate, and therefore I am unable to logon to the machine to change/edit anything.

Hopefully there is someone out there who can help me with this problem.

Thanks!!!!
 
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