Active Directory problem

Filip Gronostaj 21 Reputation points

Hello, I have the following problem with the active directory, if an employee does not log on to the computer for about 2 weeks, then he cannot log on to the computer. The administrator must log in first, and then the user. As if after some time the computer becomes inactive. I suppose it needs to be changed somewhere in politics, but where?

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Active Directory
A set of directory-based technologies included in Windows Server.
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  1. Dave Patrick 352.9K Reputation points MVP

    What happens when you try?

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  2. Sarat Chandra 561 Reputation points

    Hi @Filip Gronostaj ,

    Are you looking for GPO Policy solution, which helps to log out the computer if you are not logged in for 2 weeks.

    Please go through Link and help me understand, what kind of solution are you looking for

    Thanks & Regards,
    Sarat chandra

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  3. Filip Gronostaj 21 Reputation points

    No no, the problem is when a regular user does not log in to this computer for 2 weeks, after returning he is not able to log in, because the domain is not available. Once the domain administrator logs on, all of this becomes active and the normal user can log back on to that computer.

  4. Limitless Technology 37,771 Reputation points

    Hello FilipGronostaj,

    In order to troubleshoot Active Directory Replication errors. It is intended to provide Active Directory administrators with a method to diagnose replication failures and to determine where those failures are occurring.

    Do follow the below link to troubleshoot errors from the Active Directory Problem

    Hope this answers all your queries, if not please do repost back.
    If an Answer is helpful, please click "Accept Answer" and upvote it : )

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