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Event ID: 1097 Source: Userenv
Windows cannot find the machine account. <error description>
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See ME955410 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
See WITP79913 to see possible reasons of this events appearance.
For Windows 2003 apply hotfix ME913463 to resolve this problem.
This issue may occur if the client's computer system clock is set to a different time than the time that is set on the domain controller computer. See ME886516 to solve this problem.
As per Microsoft: "This error is usually caused by a missing or corrupt computer account in the domain". See MSW2KDB for more information on this event.
Additional information can be obtained by enabling user environment debug logging. See ME221833 for information on how to enable user environment debug logging.
Error: "The clocks on the client and the server machines are skewed." From a newsgroup post: "The time sync issues are caused by the clocks on your DC and client showing different times; you might want to do a net time /set."
Error: "No authority could be contacted for authentication." - See ME832215.
Error: "The clocks on the client and the server machines are skewed." - Use the net time /set even though the times showing are identical.
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