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Windows 7: Joining W2003 SP2 domain

01 Jun 2010   #1
street84

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Joining W2003 SP2 domain

Hi,
i have installed W7 full installation from Dell. I have got W2003 SP2 DC. When i am running W7 without domain, it is ok, running well, but when i join my domain, users can not logon, because service is stopped (event ID 7031). When i am trying to logon with admins privil. it is possible, but there is an error too. but i am logged in and it is running correctly. please can you help me?


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01 Jun 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by street84 View Post
Hi,
i have installed W7 full installation from Dell. I have got W2003 SP2 DC. When i am running W7 without domain, it is ok, running well, but when i join my domain, users can not logon, because service is stopped (event ID 7031). When i am trying to logon with admins privil. it is possible, but there is an error too. but i am logged in and it is running correctly. please can you help me?

Event ID 7031 is a print spooling error are you running a networked printer? The Print Spooler service stops responding and Event ID 7031 is logged into Windows 2000 or in Windows Server 2003


Ken
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02 Jun 2010   #3
street84

W7
 
 
System Event Notification Service

Hello, I think it is not spooler. When I log on as "normal" user system will show me a message : unable to connect to System Event Notification Service and it is impossible to log on. But when I try one more time as the same user, it is running without any problems. When I log on with admin privil. it is ok, but in the notification area a message appear: It was uunable to connect System Event Notification Service ,........
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