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sergipot 03-14-2018 12:01 PM

Active Directory problems
 
Hi all!

First of all, I'm glad of being a new member here. And I hope I can help a lot of users.

I've got a problem with Active Directory.

We've been through a company migration, and my AD was working fine.

Since the migration, when I tried to use it in my computer I can't, I just receive the next pop-up:

" Active Directory Domain Services

Naming information cannot be located because:
Access is denied.
Contact your system administrator to verify that your domain is
properly configured and is currently online. "



The problem is the next: I installed "Administrative tools" on my laptop, and I can access AD and work with it.

Then I re-imaged my computer just to discard configuration problems but that didn't work at all. I'm still receiving the same message. I checked the credentials, permissions in the domain, user...
My coworker tried to login on his account, and was successful.

So, my user is working in a different laptop, a different user is working on my computer, but mine doesn't.

It's just my account on that computer, sounds crazy!

What else can I check?

Thanks

crazyman143 03-22-2018 08:12 PM

Re: Active Directory problems
 
Is it the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) that are not working? Or do you mean you are not able to log into your domain account at all? I can't tell what exactly you are trying to do.

Have you deleted the computer account out of AD and rejoined the computer to the domain after re-imaging it?

Who was involved in migrating your domain? If you have other admins in your organization, you should probably get their input on your issue. It's likely that more info regarding your environment is needed to fix your issue. You need someone who is familiar with your environment.

sergipot 03-26-2018 11:01 AM

Re: Active Directory problems
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by crazyman143 (Post 12192143)
Is it the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) that are not working? Or do you mean you are not able to log into your domain account at all? I can't tell what exactly you are trying to do.

Have you deleted the computer account out of AD and rejoined the computer to the domain after re-imaging it?

Who was involved in migrating your domain? If you have other admins in your organization, you should probably get their input on your issue. It's likely that more info regarding your environment is needed to fix your issue. You need someone who is familiar with your environment.

Hi,

Sorry for the delay. Is only the RSAT, because I can login with my user. But when I try to use Admin Tools, it always says "Access Denied". We migrated the users and workstations. So both were successfully migrated from one domain to another.

I thought I did something wrong with the migration, so I delete my computer from both domains in AD,re-imaged my computer, downloaded Administrative Tools again and re-install them. (Should be like a new computer registered right? But that didn't work.

After that I thought it could be a problem with the Group Policy. I updated the group policy with the new domain running on it (the same GP update I did on my laptop) and still the same. I checked everything in the GP (permissions, access, restrictions..) and everything's fine.

My environment, domains and AD settings should be fine, because I can use AD from my laptop, and my user and laptop were migrated. But when I try to use Administrative Tools, my access is denied, in AD and GPMC as well.
You can see the pop-ups here:
GPMC error:

https://ibb.co/eqb6Sx
Active Directory error:

https://ibb.co/gqRZEc

I ran this command before (sfc /scannow)and this are the results:
https://ibb.co/cr7U5S

Many thanks


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