Microsoft KB Archive/252778
Article ID: 252778
Article Last Modified on 2/22/2007
- Microsoft Host Integration Server 2000 Standard Edition
- Microsoft SNA Server 4.0
- Microsoft SNA Server 3.0 Service Pack 2
- Microsoft SNA Server 3.0 Service Pack 3
- Microsoft SNA Server 3.0 Service Pack 4
- Microsoft SNA Server 4.0
- Microsoft SNA Server 4.0 Service Pack 1
- Microsoft SNA Server 4.0 Service Pack 2
- Microsoft SNA Server 4.0 Service Pack 3
This article was previously published under Q252778
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256986 Description of the Microsoft Windows Registry
If Host Account Manager (UDConfig.exe) was installed using the SNA Windows 95 or Windows 98 client on either a Windows NT Workstation or computer running Windows 95 or Windows 98, the following error may appear after running this configuration tool.
When Host Account Manager is initially installed, you are asked for the Windows NT Domain Name that contains the master database (MDB) where the Host Account Cache (HAC) resides. If the domain name was inadvertently misspelled or the wrong domain name was used (where no HAC is installed), end users would receive this message after running Host Account Manager.
The MdbDomain Registry value must be edited to indicate the correct Windows NT domain name. This value allows the client to find where the MDB cache is stored.
WARNING: If you use Registry Editor incorrectly, you may cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that you can solve problems that result from using Registry Editor incorrectly. Use Registry Editor at your own risk.
To edit the Registry value:
- Start Registry Editor (Regedit.exe).
Locate the MdbDomain value under the following key in the registry:
NOTE: This Registry key is one path; it may appear wrapped for readability.
- On the Edit menu, click modify. In the Value data field, type the correct Windows NT domain name and click ok.
- Quit Registry Editor.
Host Account Manager is a configuration tool that gives an end user the ability to add or change his or her own cached entries (user ID and/or password) in a host security domain.
The problem described in this article only occurs where the Microsoft SNA Windows 95 or Windows 98 Host Account Manager client is installed on a Windows NT Workstation or computer running Windows 95 or Windows 98.
If you install the Microsoft SNA Windows NT Host Account Manager client on a Windows NT Workstation, you are never prompted for the dialog box asking for the location of the Windows NT domain name where the MDB resides. Instead, the SNA Windows NT client knows where to get the MDB just by knowing what Windows NT domain you are logged on to. In addition to this, there will be no Registry entry if the SNA Windows NT Host Account Manager client is installed on a Windows NT Workstation computer.
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