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Posted on 2009-05-07
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Dynamic registration or deletion of one or more DNS records associated with DNS domain 'domain name.' failed.  These records are used by other computers to locate this server as a domain controller (if the specified domain is an Active Directory domain) or as an LDAP server (if the specified domain is an application partition).  

Possible causes of failure include:  
- TCP/IP properties of the network connections of this computer contain wrong IP address(es) of the preferred and alternate DNS servers
- Specified preferred and alternate DNS servers are not running
- DNS server(s) primary for the records to be registered is not running
- Preferred or alternate DNS servers are configured with wrong root hints
- Parent DNS zone contains incorrect delegation to the child zone authoritative for the DNS records that failed registration  
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Question by:ablsysadmin
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by:ablsysadmin
ID: 24325028
Source NETLOGON
Event ID is 5781
this is for the above listed question

Also, if I disconnect from the DC and try to connect again the next morning I am unable to connect via rdp. I get a access denied error.
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by:Miele102
ID: 24325256
This issue may occur if you have implemented a single-label domain namespace. Microsoft does not recommend that you use Active Directory directory service domains with single-label DNS names.

Fix possible misconfiguration(s) specified above and initiate registration or deletion of the DNS records by running 'nltest.exe /dsregdns' from the command prompt or by restarting Net Logon service. Nltest.exe is available in the Microsoft Windows Server Resource Kit CD.

Hope this is helpfull
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by:ablsysadmin
ID: 24325312
ran the cmd. completed successfully. restarted the netlogon service as well.

after restarting the DNS Server service i get the warning again.

please advise
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Miele102 earned 500 total points
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This is what i can advise:
Search for the Netlogon.dns file in a sub-folder of the %SystemRoot% folder. Look for lines that begin with a semicolon, like ;5175a911-d70b-4d3c-8df1-024ca6cd6a50._msdcs.company.net. 600 IN CNAME server.child-domain.company.net, and remove the stale records. Then stop and resatart the Netlogon service.
Hopes it helps.
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by:ablsysadmin
ID: 24363794
looked for the line wiht a semicolon but nothing was found in the dns file
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by:ablsysadmin
ID: 24382697
any update?
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