I was trying to login on my windows computer on active directory domain environment but I was unable to do so, because of “Network logon Service” failure.
I did troubleshooting and found, the issue was due to “Notwork logon” service was stopped and service was unable to start due to error (Error 1068: the dependency service or group failed to start”) and then I tried to start their dependency service such as workstation but that was also not starting due to an error – Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion”.
Service dependency are the main issues for this errors such as workstation service depend on Browser Support Driver, Network Store Interface Services, SMB2.0 MiniReDirector and also some of the other services depend on workstation service such as Computer Browser, Netlogon, Remote Desktop Configuration. so now, you were also unable to start their dependency services.
In my example, I was unable to start Netlogon Service, which has further dependency on Workstation services, so now we will resolve the issue on workstation services “Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion”.
Resolved Error 1075
- Click Windows key + R, type regedit, and press Enter.
- If a UAC opens, click Yes to proceed.
- Use the left pane to navigate to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanWorkstation.
- Check the Value data box if it contains only Browser, MRxSmb2.0 and NSI (You can validate it from Workstation dependency) services. If there are other services included, double click to open it and remove them.
- Close Registry Editor and reboot the system.
That it, your problem will be resolved. Now you are able to start the workstation service and also other depend services.
Note: In my example, we are resolving error to start workstation services, but in your case, if you have problem to start other service like DHCP, then you have to navigate
In this article, we have resolve the Error: 1075 and Error: 1068, I hope you like this article helpful.