I had a similar problem a few days ago.
Are you getting a long message telling you that the machine is not being
able to find the domain? I don't remember the wording because it was a
little long, but it was something like:
"Windows cannot connect to the domain either because the domain
controller is down or otherwise unavailable or because your computer
account was not found."
Microsoft has a lot of documentation on it. As usual I did not like what
I took the machines out the domain, making them join a fictitious work
Then rejoin the domain and everything went OK.
I had three cases, about one week ago.
Scott Cassaday wrote:
> Im having a wierd issue with the IMC domain....
> Yesterday 3 machines just stopped connecting to the domain. Other
> machines in the same office are just fine. The machines can ping the
> domain servers and tracert shows only a couple of hops. Just as a test
> I tried removing one of the machines from the domain and re-adding. It
> comes up with a login window for the domain ( so it apparently is
> finding the domain" but once I try to login it throws a "the network
> location cannot be reached" I have switched IP's and checked that all
> settings are correct. The machines in question are able to browse the
> web. Any ideas ?
> Scott Cassaday
Michigan State University