RPC server not available

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DCdiag
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
RPC
Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller
Windows Server 2003 SP2
I have two domains, Li350.local and ens01.Li350.local. Each of them has a 2003 SP2 DC. Here is the result of dcdiag /test:dns /DnsBasic /e /v run insp5102000s (ens01.Li350.local DC).

I have only kept the lines related with an error.

  1. Domain Controller Diagnosis
  2. Performing initial setup:    [Insp5102000s] Directory Binding Error 1722:    Le serveur RPC n'est pas disponible.
  3. Doing initial required tests              [INSP5102000S] DsBindWithSpnEx() failed with error 1722,          Le serveur RPC n'est pas disponible..             Status is 1722: Le serveur RPC n'est pas disponible.             Status is 10061: Aucune connexion n'a pu ˆtre ‚tablie car l'ordinateur cible l'a express‚ment refus‚e.             Status is 10061: Aucune connexion n'a pu ˆtre ‚tablie car l'ordinateur cible l'a express‚ment refus‚e.          ......................... INSP5102000S failed test Connectivity
  4. Doing primary tests          
  5. DNS Tests are running and not hung. Please wait a few minutes...             DC: insp5102000s.Ens01.Li350.local             Domain: Ens01.Li350.local                TEST: Basic (Basc)                   Error: No DS RPC connectivity                       Root zone on this DC/DNS server was not found  
  6.                         Summary of DNS test results:                                                      Auth Basc Forw Del  Dyn  RReg Ext                 ________________________________________________________________                 Domain: Ens01.Li350.local                insp5102000s                 PASS FAIL n/a  n/a  n/a  n/a  n/a                    ......................... Li350.local failed test DNS
Apart from this, this machine (insp5102000s, ens01.Li350.local DC) runs perfectly.

Can you be of any help ?

Regards,

Baumic



Software/Hardware used:
dcdiag windows 2003 SP2

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Hi Baumic,

Please clarify:

You say that you have two domains Li350.local and ens01.Li350.local. However this doesn’t seem two domains. It seems like one domain: Li350.local and a FQDN of a host on that domain: ens01.Li350.local.

What means insp5102000s?

What are the IP configuration of each DC that you’re talking about?

Please run in each one the following command and post back the results:

ipconfig /flushdns && ipconfig /registerdns

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  • Pjb0222
    A couple of things: 1. Check services to see if RPC is enabled. 2. Check your firewall to see if RPC is allowed. There was an old bug (mostly Windows XP upgrading to SP2/3 from SP1) where the RPC service security descriptor could get corrupted. You can check for how to reset the security on the RPC service to the default.
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