The event data contains the error. > > There isn't too many items listed regarding this error, so I was > > wondering what the culprit could be. > > > I don't remember setting this and I'm wondering if it occurred during one of the Configure your server wizards. Let's go through the DNS zone properties, remove any NS records for DCs that no longer exist. Right-click the specified database file, and then click Properties. 3. have a peek here
Start my free, unlimited access. I have three .dns files in this directory: cache.dns, 1.16.172.in- addr.arpa.dns, and 3.16.172.in-addr.arpa.dns. Also, if this server is multihomed (i.e., contains more than one network adapter), that may be a problem. The extended error debug information (which may > > be > > empty) is "00002083: AtrErr: DSID-031510B7, #1: > > 0: 00002083: DSID-031510B7, problem 1006 (ATT_OR_VALUE_EXISTS), data > > 0, Att https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc774611(v=ws.10).aspx
To prevent the DNS server from filling the event log too quickly, subsequent events with Event IDs higher than 3000 will be suppressed until events are no longer being generated at Just your plain run > of the mill DC. Ace Sponsored Links Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Reebok Men's Premier Road Plus KFS Running Shoe | Shower to Shower Absorbent Body Powder, Sport, 13-Ounce Bottles (Pack How does certificate pinning work within Windows Server?
I'll keep looking around and see if I can figure out what is causing the errors. "Ace Fekay [Microsoft Certified Trainer]" wrote: > "Lord Dark Helmet"
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This machine is still on the bench with no clients. If the link doesn't come up, it's because it's in the middle of a transition to a new site. In my case, this solved the problem. Copyright © 2005-2008, TechTalkz.com.
DNS Infrastructure DNS Server DNS Server Active Directory Integration DNS Server Active Directory Integration Event ID 4011 Event ID 4011 Event ID 4011 Event ID 4000 Event ID 4001 Event ID OST-SERVER-3 passed test Connectivity Doing primary tests Testing server: Default-First-Site-Name\OST-SERVER-3 DNS Tests are running and not hung. Event Id 4011 Server 2008 No more! Event Id 4015 Microsoft recommends that a domain controller not be multihomed under Windows 2000 (although Service Pack 1 should fix that problem as per Knowledge Base article 263091.
All my DC's are 2003 servers and I had read that post which > > mentions 2000 servers. I wasn't sure that pertained to 2003 servers. "Ace Fekay [Microsoft Certified Trainer]" wrote: > "Lord Dark Helmet"
Check that the Active Directory is functioning properly. Just to note, the warning is indicating that Secure Updates is not set, but Unsecure and Secure are set, so it should register, as long as no other default configurations in I'd really appreciate any suggestions about solving this problem.- Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - Thanks for the help. Anything else I can check?
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In the Directory Services world a bad system administrator, well, even with the best tools they’re probably not going to become an all star. Privacy Load More Comments Forgot Password? See if this helps: http://eventid.net/display.asp?event...ce=DNS&phase=1 It basically says something is stopping it from registering. References: Re: DNS Error 4011 on Active Directory-Integrated DNS From: mjblay Prev by Date: Re: DNS Error 4011 on Active Directory-Integrated DNS Next by Date: Re: New Zone Previous by thread:
Add your comments on this Windows Event! We appreciate your feedback. This is actually an extremely important service for the machine, whether the machine is using a static IP configuration (as your server), or set to automatically get a DHCP IP configuraiton The reason for this is because Active Directory, which is present on the server you're using, requires fully-qualified domain names to work correctly with DNS.
Since the error message has started appearing, I've checked the security settings, and they seem right to me: DOMAIN\Administrators -- Full Control Authenticated Users -- Read & Execute; Read DOMAIN\Domain Admins I suggest single IP it using 192.168.75.22, then run: ipconfig /registerdns Net stop netlogon net start netlogon Then go through and remove the extra 192.168.75.23 IP in DNS: under the gc._mscds.ost-ny.opensystemstech.com The latest Azure price cuts may not mean much to those using higher-level services, but they're an incentive for on-premises ... Do you remember any changes made, additions, installations, etc, that may have occured since it started? > > Ace > > > > > 05-15-2009, 11:30 AM #8 Ace
My question is this: why did this change stop the error and what problems may arise from making that change? It seems to be logged every 7 hours in the event viewer. See example of private comment Links: ME252695, ME267855, MSW2KDB Search: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo - EventID.Net Queue (0) - More links... You can also follow http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216498to just *check* if there are any DCs that haven't been removed.
Thursday, November 24, 2011 4:36 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Here is the ipconfig /all from the DC: Microsoft Windows [Version 5.2.3790] (C) Copyright 1985-2003 Microsoft Corp.