I recently replaced a failing SCSI drive in a Windows 2000 server with an IDE drive. I made an image of the SCSI drive and Ghosted it. The purpose of the machine was to give out DHCP at one location and host a couple of files.
When I restarted the machine with the new drive, DHCP appears to be working fine, but I cannot get to any of the shares. Instead, I get the following message when attempting to navigate to the rebuilt server from any other computer using Windows Explorer.
Logon Failure: the target account name is incorrect
Also, when running NET VIEW \\servername I get System Error 5 has Occurred. Access Denied.
It appears that this machine is not communicating with the main domain controller. Changes to user accounts (performed on the domain controller) are not replicated on this machine.
EDIT - clarification
EDIT - System Logs shows Failed to Authenticate