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WINS - Unable to remove Tombstoned entries

Posted on 2004-04-06
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G'day

I have a problem on my win2k domain where i have entries
sitting in WINS that have been there since 2002 - all of
which are in a tombstoned state. I have 2 WINS servers on
the local LAN, and one offsite via WAN. I am using a hub
and spoke setup with all server in push/pull replication
mode.

The interval times are set as the default - 6days, 4days,
6days, 24days for the corresponding Renew interval,
extinction interval, extinction timeout and verification
interval.

My question is: how do i get the tombstoned entries to
disappear??

Note: In the event logs on the primary WINS server, i get
the following error: Source Wins, EventID: 4283

Description:
WINS encountered an error while processing a push trigger
or update  notification. The error code is given in the
data section. If it indicates a  communication failure,
check to see if the remote WINS that sent the trigger  
went down. If the remote WINS is on a different subnet,
then maybe the router  is down.

Data:
0000: 00000cc4 e0000008


Thanks for you consideration

Regards
Jason King
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Eventid.net recommended the following to fix this error.
http://eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=4283&eventno=1087&source=Wins&phase=1
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