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At times, domain users will try to connect to a Windows 2000 server that is a member of the same domain, only to be asked for their credentials (user IDs/passwords) before they can access the server. This is most likely due to:
a. Their passwords having been changed by a hacker
b. An AD tree accessing an outdated user profile
c. Your administrator changing your user rights and privileges
d. A duplicate SPN (ServicePrincipalName) value in the AD tree
e. A European swallow
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