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Event id 1265 KCC

Posted on 2006-06-22
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Im getting this event id 1265 on my domain controller for a server that does not exist anymore.  How do I go about getting riud of a server that I can see it sites and services that doesnt exist anymore.  I just want this error to go away
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Question by:Matt Pessolano
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Sam Panwar earned 250 total points
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Hi-

It looks like that your problems occurs because the Kerberos tickets in the
domain controller are not valid on other domain controllers in the domain.
Here is one solution how to resolve this problem:
-Set the "Startup type" for the Kerberos Key Distribution Center service on
the new dc to "Disabled"
-Reboot te new dc.
-Log on to the domain controller, and then force the replication with its
replication partners.
-Check the replication status using repadmin utility.
-If /When replication is successful, set "Startup type" for the Kerberos Key
Distribution Center service back to "Automatic".
-Restart the Kerberos Key Distribution Center service.

make sure all servers in the parent domain point at only one internal dns.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q300/2/02.asp 
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