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Best Practice Analyzer - Failing infrastructure servers such as domain controllers and DNS servers, are not valid. RRS feed

  • Question

  • Dear All,

    I have two MS 2012 R2 DirectAccess Servers running with Windows NLB which at this moment in time are working fine, users are connecting to both servers.

    When running the MS BPA for remote access i'm getting,

    Problem:
    The addresses of one or more infrastructure servers such as domain controllers and DNS servers, are not valid.

    Impact:
    DirectAccess connectivity will not work as expected.

    Resolution:
    Run the “Refresh Management Servers” task in the Remote Access management UI.

    I've done the above recommendation several times now and the BPA still keeps reporting the same issue, what i've noticed is that around 9-10 SCCM servers get picked up and added to the DA policy when clicking on the refresh link above.

    If i remove the SCCM servers manually from the infrastructure servers list the BPA reports all clear. All are pingable from the DA server and have IPV6 addresses in DNS (We use ISATAP to remote control DA clients for support)

    Just wondered if anyone had any ideas what the issue could be please?

    Monday, June 27, 2016 9:14 AM