Error "There are multiple accounts with name MSSQLSvc/APSQL.opnt.local:1433 of type DS_SERVICE_PRINCIPAL_NAME."

I am getting this error on my Domain Controllers.  The SQL service is running on a Cluster of 2003 Server.  Originally I found that on one node of the cluster the service was running as the domain administrator and on the other server the service was running as another domain account.  I switched that so they both run as the same domain account, rebooted and thought that solved the problem but its back.  The clustered\virtual server APSQL is runing SQL 2000.

Alarm Type "All Errors"
log Type "System"
Type of Event "Error"
Date and Time "6/15/2006 9:00:00 AM"
Source "KDC"
Category "None"
Event ID "11"
User "None"
Computer "OPCITRIX1"
Description:
There are multiple accounts with name MSSQLSvc/APSQL.opnt.local:1433 of type DS_SERVICE_PRINCIPAL_NAME.
thelink12Asked:
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akshah123Commented:
Hello,

I think you need to post this question in Microsoft SQL topic and not mysql.  However,  after googling your problem, i found following link that seems to explain the cause and solution for your problem.

http://www.planetmagpie.com/itconsulting/technotes-060205.aspx

Hope this was helpful.

- akshah123
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thelink12Author Commented:
Thanks, this looks like what i was looking for.   I found a few articles like this but they were very hard to understand.  I will give this a shot.  I also posted this question in the proper forum as well.  Points are yours.
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nreubenCommented:
Gone somewhere else now....maybe exceprt the relevant passage rather than post these transitory links???
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