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RPC cannot run - Windows 2003 Server

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Hello!

I have finished installing a new Windows 2003 Server (DNS Server / Exchange Server / ISA 2006)
I have for PC's (XP Pro) I am trying to ad to the domain but I get on all of the the following error: (translated from dutch)
"RPC cannot run..."
Heeeeeeeelp!

Thanks!
Gabe
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what is the exact error? is the RPC service running on the Server itself? Disable windows firewall if it is running
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It was the stupid ISA 2006 that caused the problems.
I have uninstalled and after that everything works just fine.
Thank's!
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ah well done
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