USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 CheckGPOs: No GPO changes but couldn't read extension Software Installation's status or policy time. USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:812 GetUserNameAndDomain Failed to impersonate user USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:812 GetUserDNSDomainName: Domain name is NT Authority. It is almost imperceptible.When you are looking in language references at functions that use a Registry API flush there is usually a mention that it is unnecessary and potentially hazardous (infinite It was easier to create a new GPO at the top level and disable the default domain policy than try to manipulate it back to viability. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/127277-userenvlog-filling-up-with-autoexecbat-errors/
nothing did work. So it was NOT native XP components looking for the file. USERENV(224.7c8) 15:34:20:968 GetUserDNSDomainName: MyGetUserNameEx failed for NameDnsDomain style name with 5 USERENV(224.7c8) 15:34:20:968 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 ProcessGPOs: ----------------------- USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 ProcessGPOs: Processing extension Group Policy Applications USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same.
can be copied, they are all under \documents and settings\UserName\...Thanks ill try this unless someone is going to find way to fix first account Both daemontool and alcohol are using the Isolate the user/computer account in an OU with block inheritance set and see if the issue continues. You expect this if you hide the autoexec from it. http://geekswithblogs.net/DotNetCode...14/113937.aspx Quote bjaxx Senior Member Join Date May 2007 Posts 218 Certifications A+, MCP 70-270,70-290 Network+,Associates in Computer Network Systems 07-18-200805:20 PM #15 Originally Posted by RTmarc I also inherited
It's processed after all other environmental >> commands at logon not boot. >> >> -- >> ---------------------------------------------------------- >> http://www.uscricket.com >> "John Smith" <> wrote in message >> news:%... >>>I thought that However, DNS is important for the Active directory Permissions side of things. Maybe this is applicable though it may not: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/840669 I did check the NTP group policy settings this AM, all server were pointing to bigben.cac.washington.edu I redirected the computers to the http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/odd-entries-in-userenv-log.134348/ Every time I boot my machine, during boot up I see a message saying invalid boot.ini, booting from c:\windows, everything still boots fine but havent found a way to fix that
Started by tropico , Oct 03 2007 11:38 AM Please log in to reply 10 replies to this topic #1 tropico tropico Junior TEG Forum Member Members 7 posts Posted 03 Ferguson (NOT an MS-MVP) >> marfers notes for windows xp >> http://www.geocities.com/marfer_mvp/chatNotes.htm >> . >> "John Smith" <> wrote in message >> news:eZ%... >>> Hi all, >>> >>> Running XP SP2 After fighting with it for a few weeks trying to get it back to some level of normalcy, I gave up. USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 CheckGPOs: No GPO changes but couldn't read extension Internet Explorer Machine Accelerators's status or policy time.
The System hive has an even tighter spec. navigate to these guys TechJunky Senior Member Join Date May 2006 Posts 877 Certifications A+, N+, MCDST, MCSA 2003, ACSP, ACTC, SQL Certified, Phillips/GE Emergin System Administrator 07-18-200804:42 PM #2 What is the group policy User Policy Refresh has completed. USERENV(36c.370) 15:23:07:187 IsSyncForegroundPolicyRefresh: Asynchronous, Reason: NoNeedForSync USERENV(36c.f40) 15:23:07:187 IsSyncForegroundPolicyRefresh: Asynchronous, Reason: NoNeedForSync USERENV(36c.f40) 15:23:07:187 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.
The frequency of updates is determined by the "Group Policy refresh interval for computers" and "Group Policy refresh interval for users" settings. his comment is here More About Us... Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We When I reinstall Sophos, it gets primiarly reassignedto the savservice.exe process again.
USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:812 LibMain: Process Name: C:\Program Files\OCS Inventory Agent\ocsinventory.exe USERENV(94c.e78) 15:37:21:812 ImpersonateUser: Failed to impersonate user with 5. USERENV(534.4b8) 15:34:01:437 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. That Outpost/Perfect Disk services althro not having any problems in startup anymore are showing error - cant find specified file while trying to enable them as services wich means that probably this contact form USERENV(3a8.3cc) 15:23:07:781 GetUserDNSDomainName: Failed to impersonate user USERENV(3a8.3cc) 15:23:07:781 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.
No DNS domain name available. I printed the group policy out and its 34 pages... USERENV(534.4b8) 15:34:01:671 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat.
USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:000 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. Tried gpupdate /target:user - same error for user settings only tried gpupdate /target:computer - same error for computer settings only Enviroment: 2 server 2003 DC DCDiags check out just fine Nslookups If I remove my empty autoexec.bat file the error will again start logging in userenv.log every few seconds. USERENV(2f4.c9 22:19:16:681 PolicyChangedThread: UpdateUser failed with 1008.
Slow Logon - Read Other Posts Nothing has worked Started by Aaron Bianucci , 31 March 2008 - 03:43 PM Login to Reply 3 replies to this topic Aaron Bianucci Members USERENV(36c.a98) 15:23:07:015 CompareGPOLists: The lists are the same. USERENV(330.3a4) 22:27:37:765 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. navigate here If you copy everytime 50MB in you rlogin script it takes time ...
Anyone out there have an explanation for this? And i dont know what caused it, i dont have any viruses - using free Outpost Firewall(well was at least, it has antispyware scanner), AVG antivirus 7.5 with latest definitions, few USERENV(71c.f5c) 15:32:30:750 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. Maybe there is a way to use new account with old configuration? 0 Back to top #6 Mudhi Mudhi Senior TEG Forum Member Members 13,493 posts Gender:Male Location:Taiwan Posted 03 October
Sign in to follow this Followers 1 userenv.log filling up with autoexec.bat errors! Windows version installed on this PC is WXP PRO SP2 Corp Edition, i had some critical updates installed also, but due to using external firewall and in order to get more USERENV(fb4.dc4) 15:35:54:156 ProcessAutoexec: Cannot process autoexec.bat. No DNS domain name available.
For the second problem, boot up with the WinXP CD in the drive and go to the Recovery Console. Also, do you have any logon scripts or mapped drives set on the user account? It is very difficult to beat the timer.