I recently powered down and physically relocated my SA2000. All networking (domains, IP ranges etc) in the new location is identical to that in the old location. All users are able to log in and everything is normal for them, but every single administrator account set up on the box has been "disabled". When we go to log in we get a "Your account has been disabled" message.
The accounts were definitely fine when the box went down (the last thing I did before relocation was to log on and check there were no active users), and given that all accounts are affected I suspect this is behaviour by design for some scenario?
Has anyone had this happen to them, or does anyone have suggestions about how I go about re-enabling the accounts? I'd hate to have to rebuild the box....
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ok, now it's weird. I got onto the console I/F and started a super admin session - checked all my admin accounts and they are "enabled". created two new platform admin accounts. went to log in: same result for existing admin accounts. New platform admin accounts get a "you are not allowed to log in" message. I must be missing something, but it's driving me nuts! Until this episode I've had to spend exactly 5 minutes on SA2000 admin/maintenance!
Have to ask...are you logging in from the _internal_ IP address for Admin access?
Also check your licensing. I've seen the IVE "lose" it's licenses.