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DNS Server On WINDOWS 2003 Server is not able to start

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I am using Windows 2003 Server service pack 1 on my laptop. When I install DNS Server, it says DNS Server has not configured properly and can not Start.
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Can you review the DNS Server and System logs to see if the service has reported a reason for not starting.  Use Event Viewer (eventvwr.exe) to see these logs.
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is the RPC service running on your machine? have you reinstalled DNS?
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Thanks for the points.
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