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How do I determine why my new 2007 Exchange servers are logging 2105 errors in the event viewer after a network outage?

Posted on 2008-10-30
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We had a network outage the other day.  Our existing 2003 mailbox server is in the parent domain and is also a DC running DNS.  The two new Exchange 2007 servers are in the child domain.   I am the only one with a mailbox on the new server but I am getting ready to move more people.  After the network outage I am getting these every 15 minutes in the event viewer.  Here is the error in the event viewer
 
Process STORE.EXE (PID=156). Exchange Active Directory Provider failed to obtain DNS records for domain parent.com. DNS Priority and Weight for the Domain Controllers in this domain will be set to the default values 0 (priority) and 100 (weight).

Also, is there a zone for AD in here?
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make sure all the DCs and exchange servers are registered correct in DNS.
make sure you can ping wit hthe FQDN all DCs and exchange servers.
you need to resolve the DNS issue which seems to be your issue
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I put the support tools on the exchange servers and had no problems resolving any of the names??  I used nslookup, no problem.  Any other ideas?  Why would this start after a network outage?  It is strange.  
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When I run netdom commands from this exchange server to the parent domain I get the following
The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted.  any ideas?
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