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Problem with Exchange

Posted on 2004-08-09
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-04-11
I have a problem... I have an Exchange 2003 with Exchange 5.5 in coexistence site... in the Event Viewer of Exchange 5.5 i have the next error:

Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      NETLOGON
Event Category:      None
Event ID:      5719
Date:            09/08/2004
Time:            09:13:17
User:            N/A
Computer:      Name Exchage 5.5
No Windows NT or Windows 2000 Domain Controller is available for domain Domain Name. The following error occurred:
The remote procedure call failed.

This error not permite that the users logon to their mailbox.

Please help me...

PD: Excuse my English

Rosita Andrade
Question by:jacc
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Expert Comment

ID: 11754481
Usually, this happens when the rpc server is not available. You should have another error message in your event log.. something else that goes with this one..
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Expert Comment

ID: 11754495
there is so many possibilities that goes with this error message, that we need additional info..

Expert Comment

ID: 11754501
I haven't come across this particular issue before but I did find this KB on the microsoft site.  Does it describe your enviroment?

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ID: 11754533
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Expert Comment

by:Joseph Nyaema
ID: 11754721
Make sure the DNS server on the Windows NT server points to the same DNS server that the Windows 2003 server is using.
Also remove any WINS servers settings in the NT server

Expert Comment

ID: 11756814
Have you updated your AD to 2003?  Are you in native or mixed mode?


Author Comment

ID: 11785749
the active directory is in 2003
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Expert Comment

by:Joseph Nyaema
ID: 11794857
Well Jacc, you did not confirm my last comment.
I'll assume that the NT Server is pointing to the same DNS server as the 2003 server.

The error suggest that the ntserver is not able to communicate with the 2003 server.


Are you able to ping the windows 2003 server from the NT Server

From the NT SERver
ping zz.yy.xx.ww

ping Win2003Server

Where zzz.yy.xx.ww is your windows 2003 Server.
And Win2003SErver is the name you have given to the windows 2003 server.

Please confirm the comments so that we can help you pinpoint the problem.

Please also post the results of ipconfig on both servers

Author Comment

ID: 11820207
Thanks everybody for your help, the problem was in WINS.
After change the cable, review the ip configuration.

for any reason the server did not convert ip to name. so, I try with the lmhost file and everything work fine.

thanks again for your help.
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Expert Comment

by:Joseph Nyaema
ID: 12188651
Jacc surely I deserve points for pointing you in the right direction.
Not to mention you never responded to any of my comments of questions.

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