network error 1331


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NetGear

We have a mixed mode Windows 2000 AD Domain. Today I installed a new XP Pro
workstation. The workstation is not joined to our domain but it should
connect to four different network shares on three Windows servers (1
Windows 2003 member server, 1 Windows NT 4 member server and 1 Windows NT
BDC) via passthrough authentication in our domain.

The client can connect to the Windows 2003 shares but the NT shares are
unavailable to that user account.

When I try to map the resources I get error message 1331 that says the
account is currently disabled. I tried the user account also from one
Windows 2000 workstation in our domain and it does not work either. With
another similar user account it works well. First I joined the workstation
to another domain with no trust relationship to our domain. Then I rejoined
the computer to workgroup and deleted the computer account from the domain.
I have also recreated the user account several times both in our domain and
on the another domain/workstation.

Could it be some kind of a secure channel problem? After I connected the
workstation to the network I was unable to connect it's default
administrative shares with administrative account from our domain. It just
complained about wrong username and password. The user account has enough
permissions through the share and NTFS level.

I tried it this way (netlogon.bat):

net use * /d /y
net use h: \\server1\share1 /user:blush:urdomain\account /persistent:yes
net use r: \\server1\share2 /persistent:yes
net use s: \\server2\share3 /user:blush:urdomain\account /persistent:yes
net use t: \\server3\share4 /user:blush:urdomain\account /persistent:yes

The two first shares are fully working but the last two are unavailable.
 
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Robert L [MS-MVP]

System error 1331 is cache credentials issue. Since this computer doesn't join the domain, you may try to create the same username on all computers you need to access. this link may help,

System Errors System error 1331 has occurred - Logon failure: account current disable System error 1385 has occurred - Logon failure: the user has not been granted the ...
www.chicagotech.net/systemerrors.htm


Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
We have a mixed mode Windows 2000 AD Domain. Today I installed a new XP Pro
workstation. The workstation is not joined to our domain but it should
connect to four different network shares on three Windows servers (1
Windows 2003 member server, 1 Windows NT 4 member server and 1 Windows NT
BDC) via passthrough authentication in our domain.

The client can connect to the Windows 2003 shares but the NT shares are
unavailable to that user account.

When I try to map the resources I get error message 1331 that says the
account is currently disabled. I tried the user account also from one
Windows 2000 workstation in our domain and it does not work either. With
another similar user account it works well. First I joined the workstation
to another domain with no trust relationship to our domain. Then I rejoined
the computer to workgroup and deleted the computer account from the domain.
I have also recreated the user account several times both in our domain and
on the another domain/workstation.

Could it be some kind of a secure channel problem? After I connected the
workstation to the network I was unable to connect it's default
administrative shares with administrative account from our domain. It just
complained about wrong username and password. The user account has enough
permissions through the share and NTFS level.

I tried it this way (netlogon.bat):

net use * /d /y
net use h: \\server1\share1 /user:blush:urdomain\account /persistent:yes
net use r: \\server1\share2 /persistent:yes
net use s: \\server2\share3 /user:blush:urdomain\account /persistent:yes
net use t: \\server3\share4 /user:blush:urdomain\account /persistent:yes

The two first shares are fully working but the last two are unavailable.
 
N

NetGear

Robert L said:
System error 1331 is cache credentials issue. Since this computer doesn't
join the domain, you may try to create the same username on all computers
you need to access. this link may help,
System Errors System error 1331 has occurred - Logon failure: account
current disable System error 1385 has occurred - Logon failure: the user
has not been granted the ...
www.chicagotech.net/systemerrors.htm

Thank you very much. I've already seen that link.

I just wonder why this issue happens now. I have over thirty similar
connections with similar user accounts with no problem. Now I'm curious what
is the problem with this particular user account.
 
R

Robert L [MS-MVP]

One case I had is that the user use one computer accessing to one server while he was changing the password on another computer.

Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
NetGear said:
"Robert L [MS-MVP]" <[email protected]> kirjoitti viestissä System error 1331 is cache credentials issue. Since this computer doesn't
join the domain, you may try to create the same username on all computers
you need to access. this link may help,
System Errors System error 1331 has occurred - Logon failure: account
current disable System error 1385 has occurred - Logon failure: the user
has not been granted the ...
www.chicagotech.net/systemerrors.htm

Thank you very much. I've already seen that link.

I just wonder why this issue happens now. I have over thirty similar
connections with similar user accounts with no problem. Now I'm curious what
is the problem with this particular user account.
 
R

Robert L [MS-MVP]

One case I had is that the user use one computer accessing to one server while he was changing the password on another computer.

Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
NetGear said:
"Robert L [MS-MVP]" <[email protected]> kirjoitti viestissä System error 1331 is cache credentials issue. Since this computer doesn't
join the domain, you may try to create the same username on all computers
you need to access. this link may help,
System Errors System error 1331 has occurred - Logon failure: account
current disable System error 1385 has occurred - Logon failure: the user
has not been granted the ...
www.chicagotech.net/systemerrors.htm

Thank you very much. I've already seen that link.

I just wonder why this issue happens now. I have over thirty similar
connections with similar user accounts with no problem. Now I'm curious what
is the problem with this particular user account.
 
K

Ken Zhao [MSFT]

Hello,

Thank you for using newsgroup!

At first, I'd like to thank Bob Lin for his kindly input. From your post,
based on my research, this issue may occur in the following scenario:

1. This problem can occur when you attempt to access a share that is
located on a computer in a Windows 2000-based domain (either parent or
child) from another Windows 2000-based domain, when you attempt to gain
access to a share between a Windows NT 4.0-based domain and a Windows
2000-based domain with a two-way trust, or when you attempt to gain access
to a share that is located in the same domain.

2. This problem occurs most commonly when a Windows NT 4.0-based or Windows
2000-based computer that has been a member of one domain is moved to
another domain. The computer account for the computer that has been moved
displays a red "X". For this problem to occur in a single-domain
environment, the computer account had to have been specifically set to
disabled.

3. There was a matching machine account (no longer being used) in the
domain where the Users and Windows XP workstation is located and the real
machine now resided across the trust in another domain.

263936: "Logon Failure: Account Currently Disabled" and "System Error 1331"
Error Messages
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;263936

Hope that helps!

Thanks & Regards,

Ken Zhao

Microsoft Online Partner Support
Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security

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| >"Robert L [MS-MVP]" <[email protected]> kirjoitti viestissä
| | >System error 1331 is cache credentials issue. Since this computer doesn't
| >join the domain, you may try to create the same username on all computers
| >you need to access. this link may help,
|
| >System Errors System error 1331 has occurred - Logon failure: account
| >current disable System error 1385 has occurred - Logon failure: the user
| >has not been granted the ...
| >www.chicagotech.net/systemerrors.htm
|
| Thank you very much. I've already seen that link.
|
| I just wonder why this issue happens now. I have over thirty similar
| connections with similar user accounts with no problem. Now I'm curious
what
| is the problem with this particular user account.
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NetGear

"Robert L [MS-MVP]" <[email protected]> kirjoitti viestissä One case I had is that the user use one computer accessing to one server
while he was changing the password on another >computer.

All right. I left it alone for a few hours and then it started to work.
 
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Ken Zhao [MSFT]

Hello,

Good to know it is working now.

If you have any questions, please feel free to let us know. We are always
to be of assistance.

Thanks & Regards,

Ken Zhao

Microsoft Online Partner Support
Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security

=====================================================
When responding to posts, please "Reply to Group" via your newsreader so
that others may learn and benefit from your issue.
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| References: <#[email protected]>
<#[email protected]>
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| >"Robert L [MS-MVP]" <[email protected]> kirjoitti viestissä
| | >One case I had is that the user use one computer accessing to one server
| while he was changing the password on another >computer.
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| All right. I left it alone for a few hours and then it started to work.
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