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Windows 7: Problem with scheduled programs at startup that need admin rights

18 Aug 2012   #11

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nickys View Post
I don't know, because I have some trouble creating a new administrator account. I've followed this tutorial to create a new user account.

When I want to log in on the new account I get the following error:
'There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.'

I think this is caused by the fact that in the logon screen, it says 'Logon domain: name of my university' (note: I bought my computer via the university).
When I type 'my current user name'\'user name of new account' I can log in. I think this is because I now logon locally, and not on a domain. If I do that, the account behaves the same way as my current account: the programs do not launch at startup and task scheduler gives errors.

So I'm not sure what to do now. Somehow I need to make another local account on my computer that's not dependent on my current account, but I don't know if that's possible.
Not sure, but it sounds like some sort of issue with it use to being on a domain and some remnant setting. It seems like it may be trying to connect to the domain, but unable to.

I found this below that you might see may help.

[RESOLVED] There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request

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19 Aug 2012   #12

Windows 7 Enterprise 32bit

Thanks for all the help Brink, but I don't really understand what they're talking about on that forum.

When I follow Tuttle's suggestion from that link however (run 'control userpasswords2', go to the Advanced tab and click Manage Passwords), I see the following:

Under 'Windows Credentials': nothing.
Under 'Certificate-Based credentials': nothing.
Under 'Generic Credentials': my e-mail address and some WindowsLive info a couple of times. I also see 'virtualapp/didlogical' in the list.

According to Tuttle on that forum, this was the place I needed to be to clear some logins. I don't understand what I need to clean, but I think I don't need to clean any of the things I see listed.

If I completely misunderstood this, please correct me.

And here is some other info that may be useful as well:

When I log on normally, I log in as: 'name of my university'\Nickys
This account has issues with launching programs at startup.

When I log on as administrator, I log in as: Nickys\administrator
This account has no issues with launching programs at startup.

When I log on with the new (administrator) account I created, I log in as: Nickys\NewAccount
This account has issues with launching programs at startup.

All account have the issues with the Task Scheduler.
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19 Aug 2012   #13

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

It looks like they used an old file name. Try typing netplwiz instead of control userpasswords2.
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19 Aug 2012   #14

Windows 7 Enterprise 32bit

It looks like netplwiz is easier to use, since I can type that directly into the search box. But I get the same window with it as when I type control userpasswords2 into a 'run window', so I don't think that's the problem.
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