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How to change Tasks from using local id to domain id?

Have two machines with Win 2K 5.00.2195 (Machine 'A' has SP4, Machine
'B' has SP3) and both have DB2 UDB v8.1 FP4 all loaded fresh (not an
upgrade). Machine 'A' gives the error 'Logon failure: unknown user
name or bad password.' when executing a copy command to send a file to
a network printer or when trying to delete file(s)located on another
machine also on the network with the del command. Machine 'B'
executes both commands without a hitch. On machine 'A', a local ID
and a domain ID are listed in Local Users and Groups --> Groups -->
Administrators. Machine 'B' has only domain\ID in the Administrators
group. I would like to remove the local ID and have only the domain\ID
on machine 'A', but there are many DB2 task (scheduled) jobs that fail
to run when the local ID is not among in the Administrators list.
Machine 'B' successfully manages many DB2 jobs with the domain\ID user
id. Questions: 1) What is causing the logon failure error on
machine 'A'? And, how can I resolve it? 2) I do not want to use a
local ID on machine 'A', so how can I substitute the domain\ID for the
local ID without reloading any software and continue to run all my
jobs? Suggestions will be most appreciated! Thank you.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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