"The system can not log you on (C0000037)

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I am supporting an NT 4 server that is built as a BDC. We
have had problems with the server lately, where it was
running out of virtual memory and for a couple of days we
have been rebooting the server.However now, after the
server has been rebooted, I type in my account name and
password and then recieve the following message, "The
system can not log you on C0000037. Please try again or
consult your system administrator". I therefore cannot
login into the server. As the server is a domain
controller I cannot even login locally. I have tried
looking in Technet, and searched in google, but so far I
have not found anyone who could help.Has anybody else had
this problem and do they know how to fix it. I have a
horrible feeling that unless any one can help I would
probably have to rebuild the server !!!!
 
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What changes have you made to this machine to try and fix it? This sort of
sounds like an issue that arises from using an older ERD to repair the
system.

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Scott Harding
MCSE, MCSA, A+, Network+
Microsoft MVP - Windows NT Server

"arr" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I am supporting an NT 4 server that is built as a BDC. We
> have had problems with the server lately, where it was
> running out of virtual memory and for a couple of days we
> have been rebooting the server.However now, after the
> server has been rebooted, I type in my account name and
> password and then recieve the following message, "The
> system can not log you on C0000037. Please try again or
> consult your system administrator". I therefore cannot
> login into the server. As the server is a domain
> controller I cannot even login locally. I have tried
> looking in Technet, and searched in google, but so far I
> have not found anyone who could help.Has anybody else had
> this problem and do they know how to fix it. I have a
> horrible feeling that unless any one can help I would
> probably have to rebuild the server !!!!
>
 
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So far no changes were made to try and FIX the problem. I am still investigating the problem. I had the exact problem two years ago and ended up rebuilding the server. Let me know if you have any ideas.