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OS 10.4 - You cannot continue because you are already logged in to another computer mac osx


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From Mac OS10.4.11 client, a user gets this error message when logging in:
"You cannot continue because you are already logged in to another computer mac osx."

He is not logging in anywhere else. Once in a while this issue happens to users. I'm sure the user logged out as he supposed to. Any idea how to fix this? The server is XServe 10.4.11.

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