1058 & 1030 UserEnv Errors
Posted on 2007-11-27
I've been experiencing a lot of 1058 and 1030 errors with USERENV as the source in the event logs of two servers. They just started to appear at random, about a week apart from each other. There have been no changes that have been made that I am aware of.
Im running a Win2k3 R2 environment with 5 DC. They are all connected via a MPLS network. All 3 of the other DCs are not having any issues in the event logs. The clients appear to be working fine without any issues.
After a fresh restart I am able to access both \\domain\sysvol and \\server\sysvol of both servers without any issues. After they have been up and running for approximately 15-20 minutes I can no longer access the \\domain\sysvol share. This is when the errors in the eventlog show up.
On either server having issues when I ping the domain it resolves the IP address of the local DC. If I ping the server it resolves to the same address.
If I open Default Domain Controller Security Settings within the first 15-20 minutes it opens properly. After that it will come up with an error saying, 'Failed to open Group Policy object. You may not have appropriate permissions.'
I have no idea where to go from here; any help would be greatly appreciated.