The following error occurred validating the name domain
I get the following error"Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user name, are not allowed.
Disconnect all previous connections to the server or shared resource and try again."or i get this error"The following error occurred attempting to change the computer name to "OFFICE-IT": (the domain "SERVER" was joined under the old computer name "TEMPLE-IT")I tried logging on locally and not to the domain and I still get the same error.
Mail flow from this specific domain will then flow through your default Send connectors and Receive connectors.
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When you install Exchange Server in a computer it gives it several permissions and references it a lot in AD so I am back to trying to solve the original problem using the same computer name.
Hey Guys, I'm trying to rename my local computer that is joined to a 2003 R2 domain.
This error can be triggered in several ways: Note that the computer on which these errors are reported is not necessarily one of the devices having a duplicate name.
Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems use Net BIOS and the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) system to maintain a shared database of all the network names.
You are, presumably, a Domain Administrator in the Domain. This problem not occurred when client machine is with XP, but if client machine is with WIN 7 then problem occurs . At this point I was going to do as I was doing with the rest of the servers/workstations that didn’t get to migrate: Manually changing the domain name for them to pick the new settings.But guess what, this one particular server kept throwing error”Computer/Name Domain Changes.At that point I realized the issue had to be with the Computer Account in AD.I reset the account and even tried to disable it with no avail.