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It appears that at some point in the conversation, the client computer trys to send an ICMP packet of 2048 bytes. There is also another update direct from Microsoft referring to a known issue with the AMD PowerNow! GPResult and netdiag gave no errors. See ME924441 for the update from Microsoft. http://smartphpstatistics.com/event-id/event-id-1054-cannot-obtain-the-domain-controller-name.html

See MSW2KDB for more information about this event. At the command prompt, type gpupdate, and then check Event Viewer to see if the Userenv 1054 event is logged again. Thanks in advance 0 LVL 6 Overall: Level 6 Windows XP 6 Message Expert Comment by:Antunb2006-04-17 take it off the domain add it to a workgroup reboot then add it All rights reserved.

Event 1054 Network Error

does it happen for any user on the impacted machine? PortFast is Cisco terminology and allows you to set specific ports so they go straight from the blocking state to the forwarding state. Check you can ping the domain.

Over 25 plugins to make your life easier I have tried all the suggestions found from Microsoft and other forums, none seem to help. It seemed a logical place to go. Event Id 1054 Group Policy Windows 2008 R2 I have tried adding the Reghack and updated the NIC drivers.

I had the client log on locally (which created the profile), then logged off, had him RDP then of course it loaded the temp profile but this time go to system Event 1054 Group Policy x 2 Anonymous I had this problem on two Win2k3 member servers and resolved it by disjoining the domain, then re-joining the domain. The card doesn't support Zero Configuration and the NIC software doesn't load until after logon so it cannot connect to the DC until after the logon to the local workstation. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/transform.aspx?ProdName=Windows+Operating+System&ProdVer=5.2&EvtID=1054&EvtSrc=Userenv Group policy is still wokring fine in the central office.

Please advice. Event Id 1054 Windows 2008 R2 x 3 Maciej Piekulski I have the same problem in a 2k native domain with XP clients. Gpresult said that the GPO that contains the login-script was applied. First, I logged on as local administrator, and did the setup of the Wireless USB, then rebooted and it worked.

Event 1054 Group Policy

Are you an IT Pro? The reason you do not see a problem with all NICs is because some never perform a reset. Event 1054 Network Error DNS issues would cause both the group policy and time issues. Event Id 1054 Group Policy I can login into multiply systems on the domain with domain accounts and the systems even register in AD.

Serrano Mar 15, 2011 ipcm Manufacturing, 101-250 Employees Sometimes just check the cables like i do. http://smartphpstatistics.com/event-id/event-id-1054-windows-2008-r2.html The Group Policy application stack executes before the negotiation process is completed and can fail because of the absence of a valid link." See ME326152. An example of English, please! x 2 Anonymous I had the same error message on my Windows XP client. Event Id 1054 Group Policy Error Code 58

See ME305293. In addition, These errors can occur because link status fluctuates as the network adapter (also known as the network interface card, or NIC) driver initializes and as the network adapter hardware I have look at support.microsoft.com/kb/326152/en-us, it doesn't solving this problem. http://smartphpstatistics.com/event-id/domain-controller-audit-logon-events.html A network connectivity or configuration problem exists.

so if to try different nic, i will call the tech support first. Event Id 1054 Dns I was getting these errors until I updated the Network configuration utility that HP has on their website. x 2 Greg In my case, this error occurred on a domain with 2 servers, one with Win2k and the other one with Windows 2003.

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Did that resolve the problem? 04-04-2009,10:12 AM #9 GaryS Newbie Join Date Apr 2009 Posts 1 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816045 (new user, can't post hyperlinks) I'm a new user and had the exact same See ME816045 for information on how to change the default setting (2048 bytes) in system registry. The error you see often belongs to misconfigured DNS settings, so make sure to use only the domain DNS servers on the machines NIC and not the ISPs.Best regards Meinolf Weber Event Id 1054 Server 2012 My DC is my DNS server and i have checked the dns entries for the domain.

x 6 Dave B I have this problem with a Wireless LAN card. Group Policy processing aborted.

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Disable any at least for testing purposes 0 LVL 77 Overall: Level 77 Windows XP 17 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Rob Williams2006-04-17 Thanks David, out of curiosity, which one Error logs on the DC (DNS, Directory Service, Application) should give you more information about anything that's going wrong. Oh, and by the way, if you run gpupdate /force and logoff, be sure to reboot before logging in!!!!! Why?

Other available timers include the PM_Timer and the High Precision Event Timer (HPET)." x 228 LH We had a Windows 2003 as PDC which was not able to even find himself. x 199 Anonymous In my case, this problem was caused by the "AEGIS Protocol (IEEE 802.1x) v" driver that was probably installed together with the ASUS WLAN driver. Setting the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\DisableDHCPMediaSense to 1 as per ME239924 solved it. Creating your account only takes a few minutes.

The site that doesn't work have two domain controllers. On the Advanced menu, click "Advanced Settings". 3. Specifically the size is 2048k* which puts the total packet size over 2k due to headers. Now that we upped the maximum ICMP packet size to 2048 and rebooted the client machine, the group policies process fine.

x 3 Christophe Derdeyn I had a W2K3 SBS2003 with 2 NICs, one connected to the Internet and the other to our Intranet. Reinstalling the NIC driver, 3Com 10/100 Mini PCI Ethernet Adapter fixed the problem. DNS figured itself out. x 3 Anonymous The problem is not with the NIC or DNS, but rather with the Microsoft XP OS.

RDP and VNC all work both ways too. If XP is not able to transmit during that 30 seconds it will be logged as a failure and it will not retry. x 239 Anonymous My problem was an old entry in _msdcs under my domain (an old DNS server was configured). To correct the problem I set this flag in the registry to force it to treat the link as fast.