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Usernv error message appears every 5 minutes in the application log of ADC

Posted on 2008-06-23
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Operating System: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition Service Pack 1
The Server acts as ADC and replicating with our DC, the DC is placed in differnet location
In the Application log, Usernv (1054) error appears every time and says that "Windows cannot obtain the domain controller name for your computer network" (An unexpected network error occured") Group Policy processing aborted.
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In the Preferred DNS Server, the DNS IP address of our Adc is given and in the alternative DNS Server, the IP Address of the DC Is given.
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run a netdiag a dcdiag
Also run a
REPADMIN.exe Replication Diag Tool: Diagnose replication problems.  
ReplMon.exe Replication Monitor : Display status of domain controllers.  
See what errors come up
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