Error 10106 Netlogon fails to start

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Error 10106 Netlogon fails to start

Postby wcollins_894 » Sun Nov 23, 2003 3:04 am

Does anyone know anything about this error?
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Postby alorbach » Mon Nov 24, 2003 9:34 am

Are you sure this is the correct eventid?
Google doesn't find anything :shock:!

Maybe you could quote the whole event including ID and source here.
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Postby snyderga1 » Mon Dec 01, 2003 6:52 pm

That is the correct error. I am having the same problem.

This error reports it can not start the net logon service. When I try to start it manually it reports the same error.
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Postby GeRM » Thu Jan 08, 2004 9:50 am

I had this a while ago, i was able to solve it by deleting the static mappings from the wins server.
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yo tambien

Postby peporro » Fri Jan 16, 2004 10:14 am

tengo el mismo problema que vosotros, no puedo iniciar sesion porque no me arranca el netlogon y me ha pasado en los equipos clonados con ghost, el original si funciona bien.
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Postby therget » Wed Jan 21, 2004 2:50 pm

I found something about this on a Newsgroup Posting(Google Link)
Run "winmsd" and go to Components/Network/Protocol. Look at the
names in the list, anything with "MSAFD" in it or the "RSVP xxx Service
Provider" should be fine. Anything else is suspect, and uninstalling the
owning program might help.

If that fails or your provider list is empty, you may need to rebuild the
catalog from scratch. The following instructions will rebuild your catalog
for TCP/IP. If you are using any other transports (If you don't know, then
you probably aren't) then you will have to reinstall them as well.


1. Backup and delete the following registry keys

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock2

2. Reboot

3. Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your
network connection, and select properties.

4. Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."

5. Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK

6. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK

7. When the process in complete, reboot


maybe it will help someone :wink:
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Postby Guest » Mon Apr 12, 2004 9:15 am

therget wrote:I found something about this on a Newsgroup Posting(Google Link)
Run "winmsd" and go to Components/Network/Protocol. Look at the
names in the list, anything with "MSAFD" in it or the "RSVP xxx Service
Provider" should be fine. Anything else is suspect, and uninstalling the
owning program might help.

If that fails or your provider list is empty, you may need to rebuild the
catalog from scratch. The following instructions will rebuild your catalog
for TCP/IP. If you are using any other transports (If you don't know, then
you probably aren't) then you will have to reinstall them as well.


1. Backup and delete the following registry keys

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock2

2. Reboot

3. Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your
network connection, and select properties.

4. Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."

5. Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK

6. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK

7. When the process in complete, reboot


maybe it will help someone :wink:


Can the above steps be followed for Windows XP OS as well?

thanks
RA
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error 10106

Postby guest » Mon Apr 12, 2004 9:15 am

therget wrote:I found something about this on a Newsgroup Posting(Google Link)
Run "winmsd" and go to Components/Network/Protocol. Look at the
names in the list, anything with "MSAFD" in it or the "RSVP xxx Service
Provider" should be fine. Anything else is suspect, and uninstalling the
owning program might help.

If that fails or your provider list is empty, you may need to rebuild the
catalog from scratch. The following instructions will rebuild your catalog
for TCP/IP. If you are using any other transports (If you don't know, then
you probably aren't) then you will have to reinstall them as well.


1. Backup and delete the following registry keys

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock2

2. Reboot

3. Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your
network connection, and select properties.

4. Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."

5. Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK

6. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK

7. When the process in complete, reboot


maybe it will help someone :wink:


Can the above steps be followed for Windows XP OS as well?

thanks
RA
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Re: error 10106

Postby Guest » Mon Apr 12, 2004 7:56 pm

guest wrote:
therget wrote:I found something about this on a Newsgroup Posting(Google Link)
Run "winmsd" and go to Components/Network/Protocol. Look at the
names in the list, anything with "MSAFD" in it or the "RSVP xxx Service
Provider" should be fine. Anything else is suspect, and uninstalling the
owning program might help.

If that fails or your provider list is empty, you may need to rebuild the
catalog from scratch. The following instructions will rebuild your catalog
for TCP/IP. If you are using any other transports (If you don't know, then
you probably aren't) then you will have to reinstall them as well.


1. Backup and delete the following registry keys

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock2

2. Reboot

3. Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your
network connection, and select properties.

4. Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."

5. Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK

6. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK

7. When the process in complete, reboot


maybe it will help someone :wink:


Can the above steps be followed for Windows XP OS as well?

thanks
RA


I think it helped me! I am back online now...
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Postby Ryn » Fri Jun 04, 2004 1:02 pm

Genius! This worked perfectly for me :-)
Ryn
 

thanks!

Postby Jamirae » Thu Jun 10, 2004 3:07 am

oh yes!!! Thank you!! google brought me here first and that worked like a champ.. had the 10106 error with "simple tcp/ip" services not starting.

awesome!
Jamirae
 

Worked great

Postby Bladzz30 » Thu Aug 26, 2004 9:41 pm

When I first read the solution I was optimistic, but worked like a charm.
Bladzz30
 

10106 error

Postby nick portlock » Thu Sep 02, 2004 2:22 pm

therget, you're a star! thanks much!

Nick
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Postby Rudeman » Mon Sep 06, 2004 4:02 pm

I had the same problem and removing the registry keys and reinstall TCP/ IP worked for me

1. Backup and delete the following registry keys

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Winsock2

2. Reboot

3. Go to the network connections folder, right click the icon for your
network connection, and select properties.

4. Click install, choose "protocol", and click "add..."

5. Click "Have Disk...", enter "\windows\inf", click OK

6. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click OK

7. When the process in complete, reboot
Rudeman
 

Postby CairoBoy » Wed Sep 08, 2004 7:37 am

Ryn wrote:Genius! This worked perfectly for me :-)
:lol:
Thank you
CairoBoy
 

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