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Original Location: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q154434
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When you use Dial-Up Networking in Windows 95 to dial into a remote network, you may receive the following error message when the remote Microsoft Windows NT server attempts to validate you:
After you receive this error message, the dial-up client may still be attached to the network (but without authentication) and may have access to some resources on the domain. In some cases, connectivity is not established at all.
This error message occurs when the TCP/IP protocol (specifically, Vnbt.386)
is not completely bound to the redirector (Vredir) before the logon request
occurs. The DOMAINNAME 1ch name query request is never sent to the WINS
server; therefore, the Windows 95 client never finds a domain controller that
can validate its logon.
The DOMAINNAME 1ch request is normally sent by a TCP/IP client to locate domain controllers on the network for the purpose of logging on to the domain.
This issue is resolved by the following updated file for Windows 95 and OEM Service Release 1 (OSR1):
RASAPI32.DLL version 4.0.953 (7/9/96) and later
This file is included in the self-extracting RASUPD.EXE file.
This issue is resolved by the following updated file for Windows 95 OEM Service Release 2 (OSR2) and 2.1:
RASAPI32.DLL version 4.0.1112 (3/3/97) and later
This file is included in the self-extracting RAS2UPD.EXE file.
The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
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For additional information about how to download Microsoft Support files, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Q119591 How to Obtain Microsoft Support Files from Online Services
Microsoft used the most current virus detection software available on the
date of posting to scan this file for viruses. Once posted, the file is housed
on secure servers that prevent any unauthorized changes to the file.
This issue is resolved in Microsoft Windows 98.
This issue is also discussed in the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Q150053 Erratic Domain Logon from Windows 95 Dial-Up Networking
|Published||Jun 4 1997 8:50AM||Issue Type||kbprb|
|Last Modifed||Mar 14 2002 8:03PM||Additional Query Words||timeout|
|Keywords||kberrmsg kbfile kbnetwork dun win95 kbgraphxlinkcritical kbDialUp|