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  • AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

    Has Anyone seen this error message before running dcdiag, seen lots of errors on the web but not this one yet !

    "An net use or LsaPolicy operation failed with error -1073741772, Win32 Error -1073741772"
    Below is the complete error

    Starting test: NetLogons
    [DomainController00] An net use or LsaPolicy operation failed with error -1073741772, Win32 Error -1073741772.
    ......................... DomainController00 failed test NetLogons


    everything else passed

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    Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

    Has the NETLOGON service started successfully?
    Anything of interest in the Event Viewer logs?

    Also OS are your DC's and what are the domain and forrest functional levels.

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    • #3
      Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

      th windows error lookup tool gives back LOTS of output for that error code -10737741772

      I can't work out which is related
      down load the tool and bung the code in yourself to see if it helps.
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      • #4
        Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

        Thanks for your replies

        Has the NETLOGON service started successfully?

        yes - netlogon service running ok

        Anything of interest in the Event Viewer logs?

        Nothing that seems unusual

        Also OS are your DC's and what are the domain and forrest functional levels.

        OS - windows server 2003
        domain functional level - windows server 2003
        forest functional level - windows server 2003

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        • #5
          Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

          does that domain controller [domaincontroller00] exist as a directory?

          and you are running as an appropriately permissioned DA or EA, right ?
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          • #6
            Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

            Hi tehcamel

            The role of this domain controller is the infrastructure master, we have 1 other DC and it's the PDC on the domain

            I am domain admin when running dcdiags,

            thanks for your reply

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            • #7
              Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

              I see from your other post on Technet, that you are upgrading to 2008 servers.

              On which server are you running the DCDiag command, that gives the error output ? A 2008, or 2003 based, server?


              ...Wait, WHAT? This server is the infrastructure master, and yet you have one other domain controller that is the PDC?
              Are you SURE of what's going on here?
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              • #8
                Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

                By default, windows 2008 server enforces NTLMv2 only authentication. Worth checking the authentication set by group policy and on windows 2003.

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                • #9
                  Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

                  My Mistake - this server is the only PDC/infrastructure master - the other is a DC

                  We have no Dc's running 2008 just 2003 sp2

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                  • #10
                    Re: AD upgrade - Dcdiag errors

                    Hi,

                    Did the IT staff change the GPO settings?

                    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839499

                    Is the following shares exits: sysvol and netlogon
                    Best Regards,

                    Yuval Sinay

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