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Unable to log on

After password is entered the following m,essage appears " the group policy client sewrvice failed to log on" " access denied" the only option is to click the "ok" button, after clicking the "ok" button, the computer automaticly logs off.
I am currently using another computer to write this message.
My college final is due 12/09/08.
Please help, I need all my info

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  • allhousemail Dec 09, 2008

    Am running Vista, I called dell. Problem is fixed. Started puter in safe mode then restored. Thank you

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Is the PC in question yours ?

this is more than likely a security related issue since the server you are attempting to log on to is Server 2003 and u still on 98... server 2003 and 98 dont like each other... see it as microsoft trying to bully you into upgrading your software...

and since you are not the network admin, ( i assume ) you wont be able to fix it, since you dont the rights, easiest solution :

remove the hard drive from the win98 PC and put it in another PC as a secondary or slave drive.. you will be able to access the data on the 98 hard drive via my computer..

if this sounds too daring or you have no idea what im talking about you need to urgently get hold of someone with some basic pc hardware knowledge and ask for help. While what ive suggested here is what i call "basic" ive also been working with PCs for 20+ years... so im not judging you :)


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