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Windows 2000 DC showing issues.

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I hav a windows 2000 standard dc environment(One Domain controller - NO ADC now). and now am facing so and so issues in my domain environment.  Now I started to shift my DC to new Windows 2003 standard  box. but am unfortunately facing too many issues and stucked up in this proces.

Am atttaching screent shot of error and dcdiag output(it is showling too failed reports in system log) and one error in kccevent. Netdiag seems to be ok..

Please help me to get it resolved.

Thanks .
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netdiag.txt
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Is this a brand new install of 2003, or was it a member of another domain or something?
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thanks alot...  That issue solved and i finished my task., I had reappied windows 2000 Sevice Pack 4 and this issues gets resolved.
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