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Error Message: System Cannot Log You on Because Domain Is Not Available (On Windows XP)

July 17th, 2007 by Jabez Gan [MVP]

Just documenting an error:

Error Message: System Cannot Log You on Because Domain <Computername> Is Not Available

SUMMARY

An error “System Cannot Log You on Because Domain <Computername> Is Not Available” appears when you try to log on to Windows.

SYMPTOMS

When the user tries to log on to the computer in the Log On dialog, it will fail with the error “System Cannot Log You on Because Domain <Computername> Is Not Available”. Log on using safe mode will not work either.

For instructions on resolving this issue, please see: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555939

Posted in Windows Server System, Windows XP | 1 Comment »


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One Response

  1. D Says:

    All of a sudden I am getting this error on Windows XP Home edition across all user accounts. I have tried going into the Recovery Console as suggested in KB555939. However the sfc command is not valid there so that doesn’t seem to help.

    Tried manually copying netman.dll and netshell.dll from another Win XP PC but that made no difference. I am beginning to think the only way round this problem is a full system reinstall (goodbye data…)