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Unauthenticated Network?



 
 
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Old April 21st 08, 07:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.networking_sharing
Alex Zamfir[_2_]
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Default Unauthenticated Network?

Guys,

I figure out how to make the ConnectComputer wizard work but still no fixing
for the "unauthenticated network" issue and it's driving me nuts. Any more
ideeas? Have tried everything and no luck. It seams that NLA is not seeing
the DC as authenticated but cannot find more info on this anyware. Please
help.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Alex.

"Schyler Jones" wrote:

I figured out that you need to run the ConnectComputer wizard on the Wired
Connection. Disable all others and it will run. Would be nice if the error
message would tell you this so I am not spending 1/2 hour of the client's
time troubleshooting.

"Alex Zamfir" wrote:

Thanks again for the reply Robert.

IPv6 is disabled. Same error. The chicagotech post didn't help either. Any
other ideeas? Thanks a lot in advance.



"Robert L. (MS-MVP)" wrote:

Try to disable IPv6 if you haven't done so. Or check this post. Please post
back with the result.

Make sure that only one network adapter is enabled
http://chicagotech.net/netforums/viewtopic.php?t=3583

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http://www.HowToNetworking.com
"Alex Zamfir" wrote in message
...
Thanks very much for the reply Robert. I did all that you suggested and
now
when trying to use the client deployment tools I get the following error:

"Make sure that only one network adapter is enabled and that is connected
to
the Small Business Server"

The clients are connected via wireless to the server and there is only one
connection active (the wireless one).

Thanks in advance for any new suggestions.



"Robert L. (MS-MVP)" wrote:

We have seen many cases like this one. Try this:

1. Remove the Vista from the domain.
2. Install MS update KB926505. or check this post.

Solved: Vista can't join the SBS ...Also. when trying to join SBS 2003
using
client deployment tools, you may receive this message: The Small Business
Server Networking Wizard was not ...
http://www.chicagotech.net/netforums...opic.php?t=264

3. Rejoin the domain.

Please post back with the result.


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http://www.HowToNetworking.com
"Alex Zamfir" Alex wrote in message
news I have the same problem but the solution that worked for you Bob didn't
for
me. Any other suggestions guys? And there is loss of functionality. The
firewall profile detected is not "domain" but "public" and the group
policy
firewall settings are not in effect. That means I cannot connect to the
workstation via remote desktop and other such issues.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Alex.


"BobP" wrote:

Problem Solved!

Solution was to unjoin the workstation from the domain, reset the
secure channel, then rejoining the workstation back to the domain


On Fri, 22 Feb 2008 07:46:20 -0500, BobP
wrote:

Hi-

On some of the workstations on my SBS2003 network the Network and
Sharing Center is showing the network connection as "Unauthenticated"
and showing a yellow triangle icon.

It doesn't seem to have any impact on performance that I can see, but
looks messy.

What does Unauthenticated in this context mean, and why do some
stations show it and not others? How do I get rid of it?





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Old April 22nd 08, 12:43 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.networking_sharing
nikolay_shmakov
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Default Unauthenticated Network?


Microsoft has dramatically improved the utility and overall stability of
System Restore utility. I went back in time to the point when Network
Location was "Domain" & "Private" and there was no second managed
network location domain.local 2 and then it all started working as the
charm
I went through the list of the software I installed (after that
checkpoint that worked). I found WinDVD software which comes with Visual
C++ package (notSP1) which at least not officially compatible with
Vista. That also brings the update for XML services from the memory. All
together it buggered the whole thing. Will keep an eye on it.

Regards,
Nikolay Shmakov
MCTS, MCP

PS It was also QuickTime installed at the same time. However, I don't
think it affected it


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Old April 22nd 08, 12:44 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.networking_sharing
Nikolay Shmakov
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Default It works after System Restore

Microsoft has dramatically improved the utility and overall stability of System Restore utility. I went back in time to the point when Network Location was "Domain" & "Private" and there was no second managed network location domain.local 2 and then it all started working as the charm

I went through the list of the software I installed (after that checkpoint that worked). I found WinDVD software which comes with Visual C++ package (notSP1) which at least not officially compatible with Vista. That also brings the update for XML services from the memory. All together it buggered the whole thing. Will keep an eye on it.



Regards,

Nikolay Shmakov
MCTS, MCP

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Old April 22nd 08, 12:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.networking_sharing
Nikolay Shmakov
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Default Works!

Microsoft has dramatically improved the utility and overall stability of System Restore utility. I went back in time to the point when Network Location was "Domain" & "Private" and there was no second managed network location domain.local 2 and then it all started working as the charm

I went through the list of the software I installed (after that checkpoint that worked). I found WinDVD software which comes with Visual C++ package (notSP1) which at least not officially compatible with Vista. That also brings the update for XML services from the memory. All together it buggered the whole thing. Will keep an eye on it.



Regards,

Nikolay Shmakov
MCTS, MCP

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Old September 24th 13, 03:52 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.networking_sharing
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Default Unauthenticated Network?

On Friday, February 22, 2008 6:46:20 AM UTC-6, BobP wrote:
Hi-

On some of the workstations on my SBS2003 network the Network and
Sharing Center is showing the network connection as "Unauthenticated"
and showing a yellow triangle icon.

It doesn't seem to have any impact on performance that I can see, but
looks messy.

What does Unauthenticated in this context mean, and why do some
stations show it and not others? How do I get rid of it?


 




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