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After installing Windows 2003 Server sp1 and all other windows updates, I am now getting an error in the event log, Event ID 7, Source KDC - The security account manager failed a KDC request in a unexpected way.  The error is in the data field.  The account name is xxxxx and lookup type 0x0.

What is this error, and how do I fix it.

The account name is a server on our DMZ.

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Jo
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Since your machine is in the DMZ and since SP1 the port 1026/tcp is needed for authentication you should probely open the port and the server can authenticate.

Good luck,


Walter
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Walter,

I have to check with my Network Administrator on this port, but I have something to try.

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Jo
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