I have checked PDC/BDC and there appears to be no problem there. An
interesting thing happened today. Yesterday, I set up a user for Exchange
in a remote building that would have to use WINS to see the Exchange Domain.
Set her WIN95 to log into the domain that Exchange is in, and all worked
fine....yesterday. Today, she starts 95, enters the logon credentials for
the domain, logs in fine.....starts Outlook, it opens and then she gets ONE
logon box...not TWO like everybody else. I hit cancel on that box without
entering any info and Outlook works fine......If I enter the correct info in
the box....I get the "incorrect Logon credentials" stuff....Perhaps I should
use one of my problem resolution tickets and call MS?????
>Could you have a problem with the BDC which those users authenticate
>against when they first logon? *reaching*
>>Appears to be all users on certain subnets. For example, one domain
>>Adminbldg, is on, lets say, network 35 (XXX.XXX.35.XXX) statically
>>subnet. My Exchange stuff is on 100.xxx (clustered) Anyone on the 35
>>subnet gets these pop-ups and some people are having trouble sending mail.
>>They hit F5 and it goes into a loop. I'm sure if I (we) can figure out
>>what's wrong here (subnet 35) that the others will be the same.
>>>Well, I was kind of leaning towards a WINS issue, and the fact your
>>>WINS server choked isn't reducing my suspicions. Does this issue
>>>affect all of your users or is it limited to certain users, locations
>>>>That's the problem....nothing out of the ordinary in any of the event
>>>>We did have our WINS servers *after updating to SP4, we've since
>>>>reverted to SP3 and after some tweaking the databases we were able to
>>>>stuff moving again. The clients start Outlook and get their mail, they
>>>>get 2 of these logon boxes that can be cancelled. It started 2 days
>>>>we got WINS up again, and I removed a Exchange server via a site
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