dhcp server generate events 1014,1016 & 1010

Posted on 2007-10-18
Last Modified: 2008-06-24
DHCP server on MS Server 2003. Daily in the event log we get a group of three events:-
1014, 1016 then 1010.
There is plenty of free disk space, I have stopped the dhcp service and run jetpack.exe, no errors found and restarted dhcp but the entries kept appearing.

I exported the dhcp records, then uninstalled the dhcp service, deleted the contents of \Windows\system32\dhcp then reinstalled the service and imported the records again.

Still we get these three events.

The actual dhcp service is working fine and I have read through the dchp logs and there are NO entries in there. The server is 'authorised' and the correct credentials entered. So, I am at a loss as to why the in-built backups seem to fail.

Any suggestions appreciated.
Question by:MauriceReed
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    Expert Comment

    This appears to be a known issue with Microsoft:

    Let me know how it turns out.

    Author Comment

    Unfortunately that article is referring to NT 3.5 and I am running Server 2003.

    I'd have thought that extracting the records, uninstalling dhcp, re-installint it and importing the records should have cleared it.

    Author Comment

    Upon further googling I found the answer is to turn indexing of C: off.

    This issue was raised here before and that's where I eventually got the answer.
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