These damn event ID 5774!

Posted on 2004-04-27
Last Modified: 2010-04-12
I gotta a w2k domain with a BDC that keeps geeting the event ID 5774 (System Log) source Netlogon,
 "Registration of the DNS record '15cd77e3-7324-4715-8d6a-36c753f7877a._mcds.domainname 600 IN CNAME <domain name>.' failed with the following error: DNS RR set that ought to exist, does not exist."
 These come bout hourly only on this server, the record does exist in DNS on PDC any ideas how to get rid of , have tried few things but still persists. Nothing else appearing in event logs?
Thanks in advance;)

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Thanks ckratsch already tried most of them except one and still get them , one to try !!!only hope :( murphys law...

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I upgraded to w2k3 , sorted it out...........

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