Problems after boot.ini configuration
Posted on 2007-12-04
I had recieved the error below, and i also tried to the solution recommend on the reply to my question. This did not work to fix my problem so i reverted back to the copy of the original boot.ini and when i load into the OS i can't connect to my domain (exchange) I Looked to see if i had services turned off and the exchange services that are set to automatic will not start because it can't find the domain. I am needing anything to get my domain found with the users. On my IMAP4SVC service i'm getting an error with Event 1040 part of the reason i can't connect to my domain.
Event ID: 5774
Question: I am still receiving the following error after looking at other solutions for this even error. The error is as follows:
Registration of the DNS record '_kpasswd._tcp.xxxxxxxxx-xxx.com. 600 IN SRV 0 100 464 exchange.xxxxxxxxx-xxx.com.' failed with the following error:
Bad DNS packet.
Solution i tried to do and it failed
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (any edition)
Edit the BOOT.ini file and add the parameter "/usepmtimer," then reboot the server. Adding the "/usepmtimer" parameter to the BOOT.INI file configures the Windows operating system to use the PM_TIMER, rather than the Time Stamp Counter.