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    I am trying to install Exchange Server 2003 on my server. You need to run netdiag to make sure your settings are correct. I am getting the following errors:


    DNS test . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Passed
    [WARNING] Cannot find a primary authoritative DNS server for the name
    'xxxx.xxxxx.net.'. [ERROR_TIMEOUT]
    The name 'xxxx.xxxxx.net.' may not be registered in DNS.
    PASS - All the DNS entries for DC are registered on DNS server 'XXX.XXX.XXX.XX' and other DCs also have some of the names registered.


    Redir and Browser test . . . . . . : Failed
    List of NetBt transports currently bound to the Redir
    [FATAL] The redir isn't bound to any NetBt transports.

    List of NetBt transports currently bound to the browser
    [FATAL] The browser isn't bound to any NetBt transports.
    [FATAL] Cannot send mailslot message to '\\CYNDIGO0*\MAILSLOT\NET\NETLOGON' via redir. [ERROR_NETNAME_DELETED]


    I was hoping to get some help understanding these errors. Thank you.

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    Re: netdiag ERRORS

    open the dnsmgmt.msc from the Run, which is your dns console, check if there is a zone for yout internal active directory name space there or not, if not make primary intergrated one , then you run netdiag /fix .. even you find the zone exit, run netdiag /fix , then restart netlogon service and put the result for the last netdiag, and dcdiag if possible

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      Re: netdiag ERRORS

      I only have the zone for the domain name, for example acme.net. What is the internal active directory name space? Is that the name of the dns server?

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      • #4
        Re: netdiag ERRORS

        Originally posted by joes4tune View Post
        I only have the zone for the domain name, for example acme.net. What is the internal active directory name space? Is that the name of the dns server?
        NO , many ways to see what domain you are member of and a zone of that name must exist in DNS with its SRVs records
        right click on my computer and check the suffix of the computer name, that's your AD name space

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