Error: DNS cache service not running

I am running dcdiag on my DC one of the domain controllers is failing with DNS cache service not running. I have a Windows2003 server and I cannot find where to start this service . Can anyone help?
mpearson99Asked:
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oBdACommented:
The DNS cache is hosted by the "DHCP Client" service; do NOT disable this service, it is required even if the machine is not configured to use a DHCP address.
Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

Service Manager, DNS Client (that's the DNS Cache service).

Chris
mpearson99Author Commented:
I tried to start the DNS client but I get the following message " Error 1079: the account specified for this service is different from the account specified for other services running the samr process". I check the account of my other DC and they are both the same:  NT Authority\Network Services.
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

That's a lovely vague error message isn't it?

You might try changing it to Local System, although you shouldn't need to. I'm a bit short on suggestions for that one otherwise.

Chris
oBdACommented:
Compare the accounts of the other (Microsoft) services as well; there are several services that are started from the same svchost.exe process.

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mpearson99Author Commented:
Sorry I thought that I did not close this question
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