AD Access problems

Hi

Two or tree times a day I have this event :

Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      MSExchange ADAccess
Event Category:      General
Event ID:      2152
Date:            1/7/2008
Time:            1:27:56 AM
User:            N/A
Computer:      EXCHANGE64
Description:
Process MSExchangeTransportLogSearch.exe (PID=1760). An remote procedure call (RPC) request to the Microsoft Exchange Active Directory Topology service failed with error 1753 (Error 6d9 from HrGetServersForRole). Make sure that the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service is running. In addition, make sure that the network ports that are used by RPC are not blocked by a firewall.

It returning to normal after 10 or 15 minutes.

When I get this error my Exchange is becoming unusable for the Outlook users.

Do you have an idea to fix this issu?

Thanks

Jean-Pierre
jpmoreauAsked:
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dphantomCommented:
Is your Exchange server pointed to a Windows DNS server or Linux/Unix?
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jpmoreauAuthor Commented:
Windows DNS Server

I have 4 server in my Ntework with one is DNS Server

Jean-Pierre
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Krys_KCommented:
HI There

I found this link... not sure if it will help you any, but thought i'd tell you anyway.
It talks about a hotfix and things that may cause it...

http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/31625297/error-adaccess--2152-dur.aspx

Hope it helps
Krystian
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jpmoreauAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help

I found the problem. I had my Linux router in the DNS server on the network card. I have removed it and now everything is OK.

Jean-Pierre

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somoteitbeCommented:
Can you please clarify the solution?  What do you mean you had a Linux router in the DNS server?   You had an incorrect DNS record? pointer?
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jpmoreauAuthor Commented:
I've had two Gateway in the network adapter . I've removed the second nad my problem is OK now.

Thanks

Jean-Pierre
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somoteitbeCommented:
Ahh, cool. That makes sense. Thanks for the update!
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