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    windows connot do any thing



    بسم الله
    اخوانى الاعزاء
    فى عندى مشكلة و هى كالتالى فى عندى Active Directoryو شغال ممتاذ و كل شىء سوى عندى userمعين بعينه userدا كان شغال كويس و فجأة غير قادر على الدخول
    طبعا راجعت كل شىء خاص بالمشكلة دى من اسم مستخدم و كلمة مرور على الجهاز المعتاد الدخول ن عليه و منفعشى .
    جربت الدخول من جهاز اخر و كمان منفعشى
    قلت اغير كلمة السر بتاعتة من على Active Directoryبيعطينى رسالة بتقول
    windows cannot complete the password change for(USERNAMe) because: An internal error occurred
    طيب لو حاولت حذفه الرسالة كالتالى
    windows cannot delete the object(USERNAME)because" An internal error occurred

    على فكرة دا بس مع userدا فقط انما اى شىء شغال مع البقية

    يا ريت اى احد عنده فكرة كيف حل المشكلة يساهم
    و شكرا

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    problem in active not in user yo can check go to restore mode in active and try again in not you may be want to fix it

    plz check it and reply if it is worked or not

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    thanks for ur repaly
    really after I checked Event viewer i founf ther is a proin AD data base
    I tried to restore database but the problem I lost the last system state
    now in event viewser always shows an error for AD data base
    want now if u can help to stop this error and start this database with out any error "NTDS"

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    ال event id بتاع ال error ده كام؟ او ابقى خده واكتبه فى الموقع ده هيجيبلك كل تفاصيله وحل المشكله

    www.eventid.net


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    Event ID 474 Source NTDS ISAM


    Event ID474SourceNTDS ISAMTypeErrorDescriptionNTDS (<PID>) NTDSA: The database page read from the file "<path to edb file>" at offset <offset> for <value> bytes failed verification due to a page checksum mismatch. The expected checksum was <checksum> and the actual checksum was <checksum>. The read operation will fail with error <error code> (<error code>). If this condition persists then please restore the database from a previous backup. This problem is likely due to faulty hardware.Comments and links for event id 474 from source NTDS ISAM
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    Hi

    Did you check the available Disk space?

    Based on my research, the specified issue may caused by corrupted AD
    database. If you have a recent backup I recommend you to perform restore
    operation to resolve the issue.



    However if the backup is not recent, and you'll loose many objects you can
    try to repair the Database, In some situation, certain configurations will
    be lost with this procedure.

    Before you start the computer in Directory Services Restore Mode, obtain the
    password for the offline administrator account.

    For more information about how to change the password in Windows Server
    2003, click the following article number to view the article in the
    Microsoft Knowledge Base

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322672/

    "Directory Services cannot start" error message when you start your
    Windows-based or SBS-based domain controller
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=258062

    Next step:

    How to Recover the Database and if it fails try How to Repair the Database
    (Be careful withis last one read carefully)

    http://support.microsoft.com/defaul...kb;en-us;315131

    How to complete a semantic database analysis for the Active Directory
    database by using Ntdsutil.exe
    http://support.microsoft.com/defaul...kb;en-us;315136







    If you fail to repair a corrupted Active Directory, try the following:
    You may try the following steps to recover the corrupted Active Directory.

    1. Reboot the server and press F8. Choose Directory Services Restore Mode
    from the Menu.
    2. Check the physical location of the Winnt\NTDS\ folder.
    3. Check the permissions on the \Winnt\NTDS folder.



    The default permissions are:

    Administrators - Full Control
    System - Full Control

    4. Check the Winnt\Sysvol\Sysvol folder to make sure it is shared.
    5. Check the permissions on the Winnt\Sysvol\Sysvol share.



    The default permissions are:

    Share Permissions:
    Administrators - Full Control
    Authenticated Users - Full Control
    Everyone - Read

    NTFS Permissions:
    Administrators - Full Control
    Authenticated Users - Read & Execute, List Folder Contents, Read
    Creator Owner - none
    Server Operators - Read & Execute, List Folder Contents, Read
    System - Full Control

    Note: You may not be able to change the permissions on these folders if the
    Active Directory database is unavailable because it is damaged, however it
    is best to know if the permissions are set correctly before you start the
    recovery process, as it may not be the database that is the problem.

    6. Make sure there is a folder in the Sysvol share labeled with the correct
    name for their domain.
    7. Open a command prompt and run NTDSUTIL to verify the paths for the
    NTDS.dit file. These should match the physical structure from Step 2

    To check the file paths type the following commands:

    NTDSUTIL <enter>
    Files <enter>
    Info <enter>

    The output should look similar to:

    Drive Information:

    C:\ NTFS (Fixed Drive) free (2.9 Gb) total (3.9 Gb)
    D:\ NTFS (Fixed Drive) free (3.6 Gb) total (3.9 Gb)

    DS Path Information:

    Database : C:\WINNT\NTDS\ntds.dit - 10.1 Mb
    Backup dir: C:\WINNT\NTDS\dsadata.bak
    Working dir: C:\WINNT\NTDS
    Log dir : C:\WINNT\NTDS - 30.0 Mb total
    res2.log - 10.0 Mb
    res1.log - 10.0 Mb
    edb.log - 10.0 Mb

    This information is pulled directly from the registry and mismatched paths
    will cause Active Directory not to start. Type Quit to end the NTDSUTIL
    session.

    8. Rename the edb.chk file and try to boot to Normal mode. If that fails,
    proceed with the next steps.

    9. Reboot into Directory Services Restore mode again. At the command prompt,
    use the ESENTUTL to check the integrity of the database.
    NOTE: You can use NTDSUTIL to check the Integrity, however esentutl is
    usually more reliable.

    Type the following command:
    ESENTUTL /g "<path>\NTDS.dit" /!10240 /8 /v /x /o <enter>
    (Note: Type the path without the quotes).

    Note: The default path would be C:\Winnt\NTDS\ntds.dit; however it may be
    different in some cases.

    The output will tell you if the database is inconsistent and may produce a
    jet_error 1206 stating that the database is corrupt. If the database is
    inconsistent or corrupt it will need to be recovered or repaired . To
    recover the database type the following at the command prompt:

    NTDSUTIL <enter>
    Files<enter>
    Recover <enter>

    If this fails with an error, type quit until back at the command prompt and
    repair the database using ESENTUTL by typing the following:

    ESENTUTL /p "<path>\NTDS.dit" /!10240 /8 /v /x /o <enter>
    (Note: Type the path without the quotes).

    Note: If you do not put the switches at the end of the command you will
    most likely get a Jet_error 1213 "Page size mismatch" error.

    10. Delete the log files in the NTDS directory, but do not delete or move
    the ntds.dit file.
    11. The NTDSUTIL tool needs to be run again to check the Integrity of the
    database and to perform a Semantic Database analysis.

    To check the integrity, at the command prompt type:

    NTDSUTIL <enter>
    Files <enter>
    Integrity <enter>

    The output should tell you that the integrity check completed successfully
    and prompt that you should perform a Semantic Database Analysis.

    Type quit.

    To perform the Semantic Database Analysis type the following at the NTDSUTIL
    Prompt type:

    Semantic Database Analysis <enter>
    Go <enter>

    The output will tell you that the Analysis completed successfully.
    Type quit and closes the command prompt.

    NOTE: If you get errors running the Analysis then type the following at the
    semantic checker prompt:

    semantic checker: go fix <enter>

    This puts the checker in Fixup mode, which should fix whatever errors there
    were.

    12. Reboot the server to Normal Mode.

    If any of these steps fail to recover the database the only alternative is
    to perform an Authoritative System State restore from backup in Directory
    Services Restore mode.

    For more information, please refer to the following articles:

    315136 HOW TO: Complete a Semantic Database Analysis for the Active
    Directory
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=315136

    265706 DCDiag and NetDiag in Windows 2000 Facilitate Domain Join and DC
    Creation
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=265706

    258007 Error Message: Lsass.exe - System Error : Security Accounts Manager
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=258007

    265089 Event 1168: Windows 2000 DCs Unable to Boot into Active Directory
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=265089

    315131 HOW TO: Use Ntdsutil to Manage Active Directory Files from the
    Command

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=315131


    and anthor source
    http://forums.techarena.in/small-bus...er/1001722.htm

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    Thank you
    I try this but still the same error not solved although every step was done successfuly for recovering the database and the following steps

    so ,do u have another soluation
    regards

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