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Windows 7: Win 7 Re-Imaged Only allows one person to log on

22 Jul 2015   #1
mcpetty13

Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit
 
 
Win 7 Re-Imaged Only allows one person to log on

Windows 7 Enterprise, System Center 2010 image with Symantec Enterprise Protection and Office 2010. Computer is an Optiplex 780 with 8GB RAM and a small PCI video card. Once added to Domain I am able to login as Admin and run all updates and install all required/requested software. When user tries to login they get a SMART Card error and the system will not allow them to login. However, if I reboot the machine the user can login and I cannot until the machine is again rebooted. This does not happen very often, but so far there is no fixes except re-image the machine again where it goes away.

Note: Same issue has happened on newer machines and older machines which tells me it could be the OS software or the System Center image that is creating it.

Any thoughts?


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31 Jul 2015   #2
mcpetty13

Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit
 
 

It has been several ways and no one has replied to my post. Looks like another waste of time site.
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31 Jul 2015   #3
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Perhaps it is the image you are using? Used SysPrep I guess? Maybe if you haven't changed machine SIDs..

Changing SID (with NEWSID or SYSPREP) for cloned computers - Server Support - Neowin Forums

Did you try a clean install yet?
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