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The DNS server encountered an invalid DNS update message from x.x.x.x The packet was rejected. The event data contains the DNS packet

Posted on 2004-09-21
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just upgraded 2000 to 2003. Everthing seemed alright, but having issues with RFS and DNS.  I have added the host file entries for each server. but I now have seen this error and wonder if anyone can give give me a hand.

the ip in question is the local box.....

if that help any.

cw

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check the local box in question for viruses....

"I have added the host file entries for each server"  why did you do this?  This info should be handled by the DNS server, NOT the host files... this will cause you major headaches later.
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Reading about the issue with other people, and this is what they did...  No viruses, I will run some other utilities to check.  
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