Event Id 12294 Sam Domain Controller
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Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Proposed as answer by Meinolf WeberMVP Thursday, September 13, 2012 7:05 AM Marked as answer by Yan Li_Moderator Thursday, September 20, 2012 7:11 AM Wednesday, September 12, 2012 1:22 PM Reply C:\> GPRESULT /R we get ERROR: Access Denied. ?? 6 43 35d active directory 17 40 6d Active Directory delegation of control to a user 3 53 21d Intermittent Custom search for *****: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? check it out
Event Id 12294 Sam Domain Controller
This might help provide further info > in the security event log about which DC is attempting the authentication > and the user account. > My inital reaction would be that Microsoft suggests reinstalling the system. I am just worried that this is a problem with the AD itself. Access to that server required AUTHENTICATING as Domain Administrator since I was logged in as Local Admin on the 2000 server.
Any SQL job running under the context of the administrator account or making external connection using this account? 0 LVL 19 Overall: Level 19 Active Directory 13 MS Legacy OS MCSE|MCSA:Messaging|MCTS|MCITP:Enterprise Adminitrator | My Blog Disclaimer: This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties or guarantees , and confers no rights. I thought it might be possible from the event log event to see what was making the call, sounds like it's not possible unfortunately. 0 LVL 7 Overall: Level 7 C00002a5 By default, only in-built administrator account in the AD which doesn't get locked out.
Rundle You must analyze the error data to receive the correct error condition. This might help provide further info > > in the security event log about which DC is attempting the authentication > > and the user account. > > My inital reaction Advertisements Latest Threads MSI GT62VR High-End gaming notebook with GTX 1060 overview windwithme posted Dec 28, 2016 at 5:54 AM RIP Carrie Fisher. :( V_R posted Dec 27, 2016 at 6:24 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/887433 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc733228%28v=ws.10%29.aspx I would involve my security/network team & use Netmon/Wireshark tool to verify the source from which password is been tried to guessed or cracked or just try to lockout.
Accounts are locked after a certain number of bad passwords are provided so please consider resetting the password of the account mentioned above. Microsoft-windows-directory-services-sam The content you requested has been removed. You need to examine the client machine(s) where the bad logon requests are originating, and then find the user or application that is using the wrong password. Ended up logging into each server until I was not able to access with new domain admin credentials.
Event Id 12294 Administrator Account
Since it is only a couple of times a day > > that would not be my first guess. According to News Group :From a Usenet post: "Think I have sorted this problem, one of our servers has a different Local Administrator password, compared to Domain Administrator, because all services Event Id 12294 Sam Domain Controller This session was left logged in/active. Event Id 12294 Vss Marked as answer by Yan Li_Moderator Thursday, September 20, 2012 7:11 AM Thursday, September 13, 2012 3:17 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion
It could be a service trying to log on... <> wrote in message news:... > Blake, I would consider the fact that it could be someone attempting to > guess a http://homecomputermarket.com/event-id/this-computer-could-not-authenticate-with-a-windows-domain-controller-for-domain-3210.html This might help provide further info in the security event log about which DC is attempting the authentication and the user account. If you dont already, enable auditing on > logon events success and failures. In Start Search, type dsa.msc, and then press ENTER. A50200c0
If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. This was very difficult to trace. Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. Check This Out It looks to be password spoof or brute force attack has been performed may by by virus/worm/malware or some mischievous person within or outside organization.
In our case, Dell IT Assistant was using a bad administrator password, and every status poll was generating a SAM error. Win32/conficker Worm 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 Anybody seen this before??
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I have not seen it myself, so can not offer much more as far as a solution but I thought you might be interested in the KB. --- Steve http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;306091 "Blake" SAM error administrator(Event ID:12294) http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverDS/thread/a404642c-d700-4536-a076-2df2da4c652d/ Refer below link for more step on trroubleshooting account lockout. The SAM event indicates that the enough attempts were made on the administrator account to cross the Account lockout threshold. Directory Services Sam 16953 It says the user is system 0 LVL 19 Overall: Level 19 Active Directory 13 MS Legacy OS 4 SBS 3 Message Active today Expert Comment by:compdigit44 ID: 408071382015-06-01 So
About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. See ME887433 for details on this issue. I don't know what services require the domain wide account, but setting them the same has fixed all problems."--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Log onto the affected Domain Controller and check failure audits in Security http://homecomputermarket.com/event-id/event-id-1054-cannot-obtain-the-domain-controller-name.html Have you seen the KB below that mentions AD collisions as a possibility?
The security auditing event file can point out some of them, but some machines did not log to it. Anonymous Per a recent call with Microsoft, open the “Netlogon.log” file (in W2K, it is in “C:\WINNT\Debug”). PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles No more 12294 error events.
See tip 7144 » How do I use the EventCombMT tool to search multiple computers for account lockout events? It could be >> a >> service trying to log on... >> >> <> wrote in message >> news:... >> > Blake, I would consider the fact that it could be Once I logged off, the new credentials worked. How could I solve this?
Blake Blake, Aug 6, 2004 #1 Advertisements Jerold Schulman Guest On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 15:05:44 -0400, "Blake" <> wrote: >Getting this a couple times/day in the event log of Covered by US Patent. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! The system named is the one you should focus on as possibly running a service that is attempting to use an incorrect password to start.
I forced shutdown them and the attacks stopped. At the command prompt, type dsquery * -filter "(objectCategory=domain)" -attr lockoutThreshold, and then press ENTER. You need to examine the client machine(s) where the bad logon requests are originating, and then find the user or application that is using the wrong password. The PCs were taken off domain and reinstalled to ensure no virusses.
I have seen that KB article, and I AM getting the error data: 0xc00002a5 It just makes me nervous that this has started in the past few weeks and we haven't Resolve Disable the account, if necessary The Security Accounts Manager (SAM) was not able to lock out an account as a result of a resource error. If you dont already, enable auditing on logon events success and failures.