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netlogon service failed to start

netlogon service failed to start

I have an xp pro machine that cannot login to the domain. "The net logon service does not work on this computer". I tried to start it manually in services and it does not gives an error 10106.

RE: netlogon service failed to start

"Could not start the NetLogon Service on local computer
Error 10106:  The requested service provider could not be
located and initialized. "

This often is a sign of a Winsock LSP problem.

1. Run the utility discussed in FAQ779-4625.  Test again.
2. If no joy:

. Backup and delete the following registry keys

.  Reboot
.  Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your network connection, and select properties.
.  Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."
.  Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK
.  Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK
.  When the process in complete, reboot

RE: netlogon service failed to start

thank you...the application works fine. I run it, then it asks me to restart. After I restart, I can browse the net and the network like normal.
When I restart after that, it goes back to square one where
The net logon service failed to start.
PS-I can re-launch the application that you gave me and it will work, until i restart.
Please help.

RE: netlogon service failed to start

It is a sign of some malware.  Follow the cleanup steps discussed in FAQ608-4650

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