Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.
For additional information about enabling the system to share this directory out on its own, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
To verify that the Sysvol directory is shared out, you can either open Windows Explorer, or type net share at a command prompt to see if the Sysvol share is showing. By default, the Sysvol share is located in the following folder: %SystemRoot%\Sysvol\Sysvol.
It is also recommended that you check the File Replication Service log. When replication has completed (with a domain with just one domain controller) the File Replication Service log reports the following event:
The system volume can take some time to initialize depending on the network.
- When you check the DNS feature, you find that DNS is configured properly, and all of the SRV records are listed in the four folders in the Forward Lookup zone for this domain.
- You are able to use a ping command to search for the domain controller by both name and IP address.
- You are able to use a ping command to search for the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of this domain.
- When you run the nslookup command, the domain LDAP records are resolved. To run the nslookup command, follow these steps:
- At a command prompt, type nslookup, and then press ENTER.
- Type set q=srv and press ENTER.
- Type _ldap._tcp.FQDN where FQDN represents the domain controller's FQDN.
Article ID: 283133 - Last Review: Dec 16, 2009 - Revision: 1