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    I have been getting this message for several weeks where DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer with any of the configured protocols.

    Now the issue is this is a MAC OSX, but I have 4 of them here...and I don't get the message for any other ones! What is this telling me?

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    Re: Dcom 10009

    Originally posted by taihackmienphi
    Now the issue is this is a MAC OSX, but I have 4 of them here...and I don't get the message for any other ones! What is this telling me?
    thanks
    Hello, is something missing or just retracted?

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    • #3
      Re: Dcom 10009

      Just a spammer posting c**p
      Banned and c**p deleted

      Move along, nothing to see here...
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      • #4
        Re: Dcom 10009

        DCOM errors like this usually occur because a computer gets a DHCP address which is registered in DNS. Then something happens which moves the machine address, but the DNS address does not get adjusted.
        Check that the address of teh machine in DNS matches its actual current IP address.
        TIA

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        • #5
          Re: Dcom 10009

          SBS tries to use the common components to connect to the workstations in the network and query them for the status that you see in the SBS console.

          If it's non-windows computers, or non-domain computers, you're seeing this for, it's ok
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