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  • Problem in configuring Active Directory

    hi,


    I am usind dell 'Latitude D520' laptop in my home.I installed windows server 2003 operating system.when i am configuring Active Directory its generating following error.
    "The Tcp\Ip Networking protocol is not properly configured" actually in tcp\ip settings I entered ipaddress and default subnet mask.and running dcpromo command means it is generating above error.please help me.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated,


    Thank You,
    Seshu

  • #2
    Re: Problem in configuring Active Directory

    What are your TCP/IP Addresses?

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    • #3
      Re: Problem in configuring Active Directory

      Originally posted by john2008 View Post
      what Are Your Tcp/ip Addresses?
      151.8.18.1

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      • #4
        Re: Problem in configuring Active Directory

        Hi,


        Guide for AD..

        http://www.petri.com/how_to_install_...ndows_2003.htm

        Rgds

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        • #5
          Re: Problem in configuring Active Directory

          I meant all the IP Addresses in the TCP/IP Properties. Anyway, here is a valid example:

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          • #6
            Re: Problem in configuring Active Directory

            the best way I would suggest you troubleshooting your Promotion problems is by going to the "Dcpromo.log" which is located at:
            %systemroot%\debug\dcpromo.log

            Originally posted by Microsoft
            DCPromoUI.log

            The DcpromoUI.log file contains a detailed progress report of the Active Directory installation and removal processes. Its default location is the % SystemRoot%\Debug folder on Windows 2000–based servers. Logging begins when the Active Directory Installation Wizard is opened and continues until the summary screen appears; regardless of whether it terminated prematurely or completed successfully. If the installation or removal failed, detailed error messages appear in the log immediately after the step that caused the failure. When the installation or removal process is successful, the log provides positive confirmation of that fact.

            Additionally, the DcpromoUI.log file includes the following useful information, about the installation or removal of Active Directory:


            The name of the source domain controller for replication.


            The directory partitions that were replicated to the target server


            The number of items that were replicated in each directory partition


            The services configured on the target domain controller


            The access control entries (ACEs) set on the registry and files


            The SYSVOL directories


            Applicable error messages


            Applicable selections that were entered by the Administrator during the installation or removal process

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