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Running DCDIAG, Got Error on KCCEvent Event ID: 0x8000043B

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Starting test: kccevent
   An Warning Event occured.  EventID: 0x8000043B
      Time Generated: 06/24/2008   17:29:11
      (Event String could not be retrieved)
   ......................... MYDOMAINCTRLR failed test kccevent

What does this mean? Should I be concerned? This is my PDC in a large Active Directory. I ran this on a newly built server, that i just joined the domain. i am attempting to add this computer to my Exchange environment. It is not a domain controller.
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DenverRick earned 500 total points
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First it means that an "Event" is in your System Log that DCDIAG considereds as a potential DC issue.  It is not necessarily a problem with the Domain.  Go to your System Log and find the Event, see if there were any other errors or warnings at the same time.  Since it is KCC it could simply be a transient caused by a temporary situation on your network in which the PDC could not communicate with something else.  Clearing the Log, if you really want to do that (I would not) will make your DCDIAG report clean.
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I ran again and no errors.

Thanks.
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