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Good day, 1.In our organisation, we are using windows2000 smallbusiness server with EXCHANGE , ISA server and DNS configured. but all the client pc's are given static ip address instead of dynamic ip. will this create any problem ? daily i'm receiving many application error logs.particularly 2 type of source error is repeating continuosly. (a).MICROSOFT WEB PROXY (b).ScreCli I checked microsoft site to find a solution for this error message.in that they said not to worry abt this error message. they given a solution but i'm not able to understand the solution. 2.The ISA Server services cannot create a packet filter 195.229.241.17. This event occurs when there is a conflict between the Local Address Table (LAT) configuration and the Windows 2000 routing table. Check the routing table and the LAT to find the source of the conflict. Alert Service: failed to log event to system log. The following message '' could not be logged. 2.Registration of the DNS record '_ldap._tcp.pdc._msdcs.tradelinellc.com. 600 IN SRV 0 100 389 tradelinesrv.tradelinellc.com.' failed with the following error: DNS operation refused. 3.Security policies are propagated with warning. 0x534 : No mapping between account names and security IDs was done. For best results in resolving this event, log on with a non-administrative account and search http://support.microsoft.com for "troubleshooting 1202 events". A user account in one or more Group policy objects (GPOs) could not be resolved to a SID. This error is possibly caused by a mistyped nor deleted user account referenced in either the User Rights or Restricted Groups branch of a GPO Thanks S.GiriPrasad.
ASKED: November 23, 2004  2:38 AM
UPDATED: November 23, 2004  11:20 AM

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First off, check your default domain controller policy to sort out your incorrect SID. It’s most probably power users in the windows security settings.
Static IPs won’t give you a problem unless you run DHCP as well and hand out the same IPs. Make sure subnet masks are correct.
Your problem does look like an ISA server issue. I seem to remember our installation of ISA 2000 doing the same thing. Make sure you’ve told it your internal address ranges and make sure you’ve patched it. Have you looked at the routing tables and LAT?
Have you checked your DNS as the error you’re coming up with is referring to the AD PDC, I believe. This may be causing your routing issues.

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  • Digi01
    hi, static ips shouldnt arise a problem unless adresses are unique in that network. BUT Windows` has got problems with the DNS registering its clients. I recommend you to check if all your pcs have the "right" name (+ ip) and if these are shown correctly with the DNS server. If not reregister the clients (NT4/w2k and up) from the command line. no further time to address the other matters now regards
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  • Kerm
    If you're going to use static addresses and dhcp you should use a dhcp range that does not include your static addresses. This would prevent the odd chance that dhcp would issue an address used by a static system. There are a number of errors reported by Windows 2000 that are of no importance. If Microsoft says they're not important I would filter them out unless you perceive they are related to some specific problem issue. If security policy cannot be correctly replicated, track down the specific policy and determine that the policy entry is correct. I've seen this error when a policy was created naming a specific user and later the user account was deleted and then recreated. While the appearance of the new account was the same as the original the SID was, of course, different. Check the Win2k resource kit. There's a utility that will display the SID for various objects. Can't offer any advise on your other issues other than to isolate the description of each and explore them seperately.
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