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  • Hello staff
     
    I know you have several articles talking about this problem, this put me a little strange:
     
    I have a domain, and does not have branches, the servers are Windows 2008R2, and I have two domain controllers, primary and secondary that replicate each other.
     
    I have AD-integrated zones.
     
    When I run the command dcdiag / test: dns, the result appears without a problem, however in the event viewer the following message appears:
     
    DCOM can not communicate with the computer 200.175.5.139 using any of the configured protocols
     
    DCOM can not communicate with the computer 8.8.8.8 using any of the configured protocols
     
    DCOM can not communicate with the computer 8.8.4.4 using any of the configured protocols

    THESE ARE CONFIGURED IPS forwarders, IF I DO A TEST IN ABA MONITORING, AND APPEARS NORMAL
     
    HAVE ALSO CREATED A REVERSE ZONE.
     
    LAST PERSONAL NOT KNOW EXACTLY WHY THIS PROBLEM
     
    IF SOMEONE CAN HELP.

    Wednesday, May 22, 2013 10:49 AM

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  • Hi Carlos,

    You can ignore those errors. DCDIAG tries to connect to the configured DNS forwarders using DCOM (probably to retrieve more informations) and obviously it fails.

    So this error in your case is specific to DCDIAG and can be safely ignored.

    Regards,

    Andrei.


    Andrei Ungureanu

    www.winadmin.ro


    • Marked as answer by J.Carlos.Rib Thursday, May 23, 2013 11:26 AM
    Wednesday, May 22, 2013 1:50 PM

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