We run a Windows 2000 Active Directory domain which has a number of servers. Two are domain controllers and the remainder member servers. All these servers run service pack 4 and most are patched up.
We have installed and configured DFS and everything has been running fine until recently. On all servers configured as Root replicas or replicas we get the following event messages in the application log:
Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. Return value (1359).
Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. Return value (1722).
Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. Return value (1326).
These messages appear normally from around 18:00 through the night until 08:00.
I have checked MS knowledgebase for fixes to no avail. DNS is configured and working fine. AD replication is fine and I have run DCDIAG and NETDIAG with no problems except the following:
Starting test: frssysvol
There are errors after the SYSVOL has been shared.
The SYSVOL can prevent the AD from starting.
No other servers experience this error except the DFS servers.
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