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Hello,

I get the following System error on my SCCM 2007 server:
Event ID: 10009
Source: DCOM
Type: Error

Description:
DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer %computername% using any of the configured protocols.

I get this error whenI try to use Remote tools, or install the client using the "client Push" function.

History - I rebuilt this server from scratch after some OS issues. It had Server 2003 R2 (SP2) with SCCM 2007 installed.
It is the same now as it was - plus I installed SQL on the server before installing SCCM again, to use the same server for the database and management point. All in one.

I kept the same site code and boundaries, hoping it would work, but it does not work on any clients.

Please advise.
Thanks.
Ampletrix
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Run DCDIAG and netdiag both in verbose mode and look for any failures.


I hope this helps !
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*Insert embarrasing moment here*
Sorry guys. We rolled out 60 odd workstations all with the firewall enabled, but with the client installed at the same time.
My apologies.
Ampletrix
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The Windows XP firewalls were enabled on the workstations when we rolled them out for our refresh project. I'd like to apologise for the inconvenience.
Ampletrix.
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