User Account Windows log in problem

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I am migrating my workstations to my new domain. All computer names and user’s accounts have been setup in my active directory. After I re-install the workstations I can log in using administrator account. So I installed all necessary software applications and it was successfully installed. So to check if there are no problems with the users accounts, I logged off the administrator account. But when I log in to users account, it won’t log in.

The message said that, “the user name cannot be found. Make sure the Domain and User Name is correct. Check also the password if it is correct". I cannot give a screen shot due as the error is outside the Windows.

What seems to be the problem?

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User Account Windows log in problem

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Hello there Mr.Shinobi,

Since you migrated to another PC it seems that the old users were deleted.  All you need to do is, make another one or delete the current ones and add new ones.  Here's a tutorial for you:

  • Log in to your administrator account.
  • Click start menu and select the Administrator name on top of the start button.
  • A new window will pop up.
  • Now select Manage another account.
  • Now here is where you can see the users.  In case there are no users, you need to add them.

Here is how to add new users:

  • At the bottom, you will see create a new account now select it.
  • Following that, a new window will appear, there it will show you the things needed for creating a new user account eg. Username password.

In case you have the user accounts there, try changing their passwords.  If it still doesn't work delete those and create new user accounts.

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