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Red ponits Event viewer

how can I get the most about errors logged in the Event viewer , and the way to solve them  ??
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anas_madani
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thomas77Commented:
I don't understand ur question..
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anas_madaniAuthor Commented:
when I open my server's  event viewer there are alot of errors with the propery like :


Event Type:     Error
Event Source:     NETLOGON
Event Category:     None
Event ID:     5719
Date:          8/8/2001
Time:          10:46:21 AM
User:          N/A
Computer:     FLOATINGPC
Description:
No Windows NT or Windows 2000 Domain Controller is available for domain EBANAN. The following error occurred:
There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.  
Data:
0000: 5e 00 00 c0               ^..A    



what does that mean ??  

Note :
EBANAN  is the domain , and this log is copied from the server itself.
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thomas77Commented:
You have not installed Active Directory, so u don't have a domain called EBANAN. Type dcpromo to install AD.

=)

/Thomas
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CrazyOneCommented:
Sometimes you can get more info on the error by going the Knowledge Base and in the box labeled "My guestion is" and entering this

Event ID:     5719

And in the box labeled "My search is about" make this selection

Windows 2000

http://search.support.microsoft.com/kb/c.asp?ln=en-us&sd=gn


The Crazy One
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schmieguCommented:
Many questions open:
Is FLOATINGPC a DC or not, W2k or NT4? What about basic network connectivity (ping), name resolution, NBT settings, DNS settings? Which DNS are you using? Do you have correct DNS service records?
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petemccCommented:
The most likely culprit, assuming you have a domain controller online, is lack of connectivity between the computer reporting the error and a domain controller for its domain. It could be improper TCP/IP settings, bad cabling, faulty network card, etc?
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HuntyCommented:
I'd like to know why a C grade was given?
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EldragonCommented:
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ComTechCommented:
Good job Eldragon, beat me to it.  :-)

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ComTech
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GUEENCommented:
Hint to Crazyone!
I have the grades as part of my profile - and many posters read my profile!
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