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Event ID 1265 NTDS KCC

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I have a windows 2000 server running Service pack 3
Im getting The Event on the server that has the "main"
copy of DNS and Active Directory.

SOURCE: NTDS KCC
Type: Warning
Event ID: 1265
Category: Knowledge Consistency

Description
The Attempt to establish a replication link with parameters

Partition:
CN=schema,CN=configuration,DC=internal,DC=Cardinal,DC=com
Settings,CN=VISHNU,CN=Servers....ECT.

Failed with the following Status:
The DSA operation is unable to proceed because of a DNS lookup failure

The Record data is the status code. this operation will be retired.
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by:rpennza
ID: 7983314
im getting about 5 or 6 of these errors every 15 min.  
i dont know where my problem is?
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by:Netman66
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Read this - carefully.  Try to determine what might best suit your scenario.

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=1265&source=

Cheers,
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by:rpennza
ID: 7991370
IM going to go over it again but that
didnt seem to help too much.  if anyone
has any other articles that they have
come upon please let me know.
thanks
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by:rpennza
ID: 8010835
I fixed the issue myself.
i had to go under Sites and services and remove old
servers that we have recently taken off line. File replication was getting hung up there.

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by:Netman66
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Good job!

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