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Recieved Error After Rejoining Server 2003 to Domain

Due to a DC failure we have been having some issues.

A server on the network was unable to allow access privlidges to be added locally. I ...

1. Unjoined the server from the domain,
2. Deleted the server an AD Users and Computers
3. Restarted the server and rejoined the domain

I was able to log in as administrator (Domain credentials). However, when I try to add privlidges to a share or an application that uses Windows authentication (in this case Laserfiche repository) it results in the error:


THE PROGRAM CANNOT OPEN THE REQUIRED DIALOG BOX BECAUSE NO LOCATION CAN BE FOUND.

It then tells me to close the box and try again, but the result is the same. How can I resolve this so it can add and resolve domain IDs for use?

Thanks!
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jameso99Commented:
This issue sounds DNS-related.  Is this an SBS2003 or Server 2003 machine?

Try running DCDiag /v and post it here.  You might need to install it if you don't have it.
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FunkyBrownCommented:
I found some information here, based on the error message.  It talks about an XP machine, but the same sort of domain environment and weird causes (DNS, old SIDs on machines) - have a look, see if there's any troubleshooting there that changes the situation.

http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-11184-0.html?forumID=48&threadID=166522&start=0
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Majo2469Author Commented:
Thank you all for your asssistance - DNS was the answer. I checked the server and it was using an old DNS server (the one that died) Good Call!!!
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Majo2469Author Commented:
Thak you
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jameso99Commented:
Good job :)
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