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    i have migrated a server from W2K to W2K3
    but now each time i boot this server i have a problem

    this server is used as an NAT server

    the server start but after 5 or 6 minutes i receive a pop-up as the RPC service caused an problem and the server launch the shutdown.

    when i stop the shutdown and restart the RPC service, i receive the same problem.

    have you any idee of this problem.

    I try to install server from scratch but it's the same problem.


  • #2
    sounds like the blaster worm to me. I would head on over to and get the fixblast utility, and get the patch from microsoft.


    • #3
      Here is a few links for you to try out. First get rid of that pain in the ass worm then patch it

      For the removal instructions go here:

      For the Patch go here:

      If this wasn't your problem leave some more info...

      K thnx Bye
      Brad Bentley


      • #4
        Ok, thanks to all

        i will try that solution and provide you the result.

        see you


        • #5
          You can also go into SERVICES and change RPC to Restart the service.
          The same with RPC Locator. Reboot system.
          "Nothing in life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without Result" -Winston Churchill


          • #6
            how about this...

            RUN > CMD > SHUTDOWN -A

            blah blah blah
            Brad Bentley


            • #7
              I tried that, but the "blah blah blah" switch doesn't seem to work.
              Joined: 23rd December 2003
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              • #8

                Please configure RPC service to restart it self if it fail (no reboot, just restart the service).
                You do this by:

                Start -> Run -> services.msc -> choose RPC service -> recovery.

                After this, download all Windows updates fixs, reboot. Install and configure firewall, and that all.
                Best Regards,

                Yuval Sinay

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