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Can not connect to any server with NTDSUTIL getting Error 80070057 parsing input - illegal syntax

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Hi..

Trying to use NTDSUTIL for some admin - however I can't connect to any of my DC I keeep getting
Error 80070057 parsing input - illegal syntax

The RPC service is running..

HELP !!!!
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by:ise438
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It was a problem between the keyboard and the chair..

I was not typing in connect to server

I was typing just the server name..
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""It was a problem between the keyboard and the chair.."" (LMAO)

All good?
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Have some free points...
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