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2000 Server - Bad DNS packet


I have installed 2000 server on a machine and am now trying to configure active directory.  After answering all of the questions in the wizard, i.e. the new domain name, NetBios and such i get the box saying that active directory is going to install.  I quickly get an error stating "Bad DNS packet" - I suppose that Microsoft, in their infinite wisdom figured the common man would know what the heck that meant but i dont have a clue.

Im no expert at installing and settign up 2000 server but i did figure it would complete its initial set up properly.  Can anyone tell me what is causing this error?

Lee
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leebarnard
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Gary GordonSolution IntegratorCommented:
The bad packet is coming in from some other machine.  Your DNS may be fine.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;198757
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Leandro IaconoSenior Premier Field EngineerCommented:
When do you get that error? Could you be a bit more specific?
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