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Cannot Authorize my DHCP server (ID 1059 ( The DHCP server failed to see a directory server for authorization) )

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  • Cannot Authorize my DHCP server

    I have Primary Domain Controller DC1(wdc.com 2012 server) 96.96.96.96

    I have made  DC3 2012 server {DC3.wdc.com ; 96.96.96.99} Member and Install Role DHCP from WDC.com By ( Add role and Feature and Selecting DC3 ) >> It install successful, But the DHCP Authorize failed

    I move to DC3 and Configure the DHCP server well it work and Client got IP address

    But There was Error

    ID 1059 ( The DHCP server failed to see a directory server for authorization)

    ID 10020 (this computer has at least one dynamically assigned ipv6 address.) (I Check the IPv6 but it was Disable and I have not enable DHCPv6 )

    This was Found on Both the DC1 server and DC3.wdc.com

    Steps that i have Taken to solve

    1. I have Restart the DHCP Services
    2. Remove Role and Reinstall

    While DHCP Post-Install Configuration Wizard

    Creating Security Groups ............. Dones

    Authorizing DHCP Server ................... Failed

    the authorization of dhcp server failed with error code 20079. The specified server are already present in the directory services. if the DHCP server is not authorized by ADDS, it cannot resond to DHCP Request

    Even though I have

    To authorize a DHCP server in Active Directory

    I have Open DHCP1.

    In the console tree, click DHCP.

    On the Action menu, click Manage authorized servers.

    The Manage Authorized Servers dialog box appears.   (96.96.96.99 and even  96.96.96.96  )

    Click Authorize.

    I got error

    The DHCP services could not contact Active Directory

    What Should I Do!!!!    ....

    Thank you !

     


    sagarpdalvi

    Monday, December 30, 2013 11:20 AM

Answers

  • Hi,

    Sorry for the late reply, regarding the error message: The DHCP services could not Contact Active Directory,

    please check the below KB article to see if it could help here:

    You are unable to authorize DHCP Server in Active Directory

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/303317/en-us

    Reference for error ID 1059, and error ID 10020.

    For The specified server are already present in the directory services, please take a look into the below Blog:

    Active Directory DHCP authorisation issues

    The method mentioned in the blog above is trying to move the old information that stored in AD, and then take an action of re-authorisation of the DHCP server.

    Hope this may help

    Best regards

    Michael


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    Monday, January 06, 2014 7:56 AM

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  • have you got enterprise admin rights with the account you are using?

    Regards,

    Denis Cooper

    MCITP EA - MCT

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    Monday, December 30, 2013 12:17 PM
  • Check below link and remove the entries of DHCP(old and new) from ADSIEDIT and check how does it work.

    http://blogs.technet.com/b/networking/archive/2009/02/27/old-dhcp-servers-appear-in-the-list-of-authorized-servers-after-a-domain-rename.aspx

    Once the entries are remove try to authorize the new DHCP.


    Best Regards,

    Sandesh Dubey.

    MCSE|MCSA:Messaging|MCTS|MCITP:Enterprise Adminitrator | My Blog

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    Monday, December 30, 2013 3:01 PM
  • yes

     I have add DC3 Computer to Enterprise admin as a member

    then also result is same

    Thank for Giving me Suggestion


    sagarpdalvi

    Tuesday, December 31, 2013 6:48 AM
  • It's your account not the computer account that needs to be enterprise damn.

    Regards,

    Denis Cooper

    MCITP EA - MCT

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    Tuesday, December 31, 2013 8:13 AM
  • as I Click the Link I Get it

    but (Blog) it is different There is no Old DHCP Server

    Well When I Right Click on Dc3.wdc.com I am not getting the Option of authorize and Unauthorized

    While Completing the DHCP Post-Install Configuration Wizard

     

    Authorizing DHCP Server ................... Failed

    the authorization of dhcp server failed with error code 20079. The specified server are already present in the directory services. if the DHCP server is not authorized by ADDS, it cannot resond to DHCP Request

    Even I Tried from the Action Menu > Manage authorized Server

    there is no Server Record ; Well Authorize name is Heighted and only Refresh

    I click Authorize and DC3.wdc.com / 96.96.96.99  Result The DHCP services could not Contact Active Directory

    Ever DC1 i.e. wdc.com / 96.96.96.96  Result  The DHCP services could not Contact Active Directory

    Even though there is no Authorize Server for DHCP


    sagarpdalvi


    Tuesday, December 31, 2013 8:34 AM
  • Hi,

    Sorry for the late reply, regarding the error message: The DHCP services could not Contact Active Directory,

    please check the below KB article to see if it could help here:

    You are unable to authorize DHCP Server in Active Directory

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/303317/en-us

    Reference for error ID 1059, and error ID 10020.

    For The specified server are already present in the directory services, please take a look into the below Blog:

    Active Directory DHCP authorisation issues

    The method mentioned in the blog above is trying to move the old information that stored in AD, and then take an action of re-authorisation of the DHCP server.

    Hope this may help

    Best regards

    Michael


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    Monday, January 06, 2014 7:56 AM
  • Thank you Sir

    sagarpdalvi

    Tuesday, January 07, 2014 2:22 AM