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Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent When using Symantec Ghost 6.50 Enterprise Edition, the computer is running Windows 2000 and is using Active Directory in Native Mode instead of in Mixed Mode. Submit a Threat Submit a suspected infected fileto Symantec. For more information on this issue, read the document Error: "You did not specify the machine name..." during installation. Source

How to find out whether Active Directory is using Mixed Mode or Native Mode: During Active Directory installation During Active Directory installation, Windows prompts for whether the environment will use Windows Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Navigate to the computer to which you want to install the Ghost Client. In this case, the problem was resolved in the 6.51 update to Ghost 6.5. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/symantec-ghost-7-5-domain-problem.151267/

Confirm that "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks" is on the list. Is there a Ghost user name, in the Domain users list ? Symantec Ghost 7.5 domain problem Discussion in 'Networking' started by clansman, Jul 30, 2003. If the problem happens on a Windows NT computer that is running Service Pack 6a, and you see the message "Cannot start Ghost service account" in addition to the other messages,

Education Services Maximize your product competency and validate technical knowledge to gain the most benefit from your IT investments. Like I said this is the user name that Ghost uses to add pc's to the Domain... i found something out in the internet about a DNS misconfiguration, but it does not make sense, because the dns is configured in the same way that the old domain controllers Join over 733,556 other people just like you!

does every machine REALLY need a different SID in order to join the domain? You will need to manually remove the machine from Active Directory and then add it again via a Console Configuration task. To verify if the File and Printer Sharing feature is installed and enabled for Windows 2000/XP Click Start> Settings> Network and Dial-up Connections. https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH107690.html This problem does not affect Symantec Ghost 6.51, Symantec Ghost 7.0, and Symantec Ghost 7.5.

i have 3 tasks: clone boot partition, clone windows partition and configure windows. Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. Install from the Ghost CD This method requires that you visit each client computer where you want to install the Client. ESPECIALLY IF ANY OF YOU SOLVED A PROBLEM LIKE MINE! [] clansman, Aug 1, 2003 #8 Jedi_Master Joined: Mar 12, 2002 Messages: 5,520 A quick question...

why? Source computer was on the domain when the image was created If the source computer was logged on to the domain at the time you used Ghost to create the image Then remove any existing supported domains and re-add them. This is by design for security reasons on domains.

Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. http://placedroid.com/symantec-ghost/symantec-ghost-version-7-5.html just a guess.. If there is an existing computer account associated with the Ghost Client in Active Directory, deleting it and running the task again can resolve the problem. Jedi_Master, Aug 1, 2003 #11 clansman Thread Starter Joined: Jul 30, 2003 Messages: 25 ok, i will test that as soon as possible...

  • This strange account is called ghostjoindomainuser (or GhostJoinDomainUser in some places in the log file) Sticking that expression into Google did not produce a single hit!
  • The Windows 2000 Active Directory installation defaults to Mixed Mode.
  • To resolve the problem, remove the NGServer user account from the local Administrators security group.
  • You do not need to uninstall the prior Ghost version.

what do you mean "ghost user"??? See the document ODBC errors while installing Ghost Server, running Ghost Enterprise Console, or running an ODBC application. Often, this process does not require visiting the client computer. http://placedroid.com/symantec-ghost/symantec-ghost.html To resolve the problem, manually add an entry for the client computer to the WINS server, or ensure that the WINS server is configured to replicate with a server that can

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Solution 2: Reset the computer account password for the "Ghost Server in Active Directory." Reset the Ghost service account password in the Ghost Console by going to Tools> Supported Domain List For instructions on downloading and installing the update, see the document How to run LiveUpdate.

Locate, and then click Netdom.exe.

Cause Ghost 6.5 console service user account install installation, service account unable to logon to symantec configuration server cannot logon to symantec configuration server cannot login to symantec configuration server unable Like I said this is the user name that Ghost uses to add pc's to the Domain... How to download and apply the latest Netdom.exe file Note: Netdom.exe is a Microsoft tool and therefore not supported by SymantecTechnicians. To resolve the problem, reconfigure the server computer so that the primary IP address, which is the IP address that Windows 2000 assigns the NetBIOS name to, is the IP address

still i would appreciate any kind of tip anyone can give me! We had to image a set of machines with an image we had previously created for them, and after creating the machine accounts on the UNIX server, we imaged the PCs, Configuration Server. Check This Out Click Close.

Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Solution The appropriate method to use for installing the Ghost 7.5 Client depends on which Windows operating system the client computers are running and whether those computers have a previous version doesn't this mean that it has sufficient user rights??? Workaround Verify that the Windows File and Printer Sharing feature be installed and enabled on your computer.

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