Duplicate name on the Network
Posted on 2010-08-16
We had a Terminal server that was named TERMSERV.
We created a new terminal server named TERMSERV-NEW
We copied all the data, shares, and settings over to the new Terminal Server.
To make sure users was using the right termserv we disjoined the old TERMSERV server from the domain
Renamed the server to TERMSERV-OLD, unshared folders, and set permission appropriatly.
We then removed and "a", ptr, and cname records going to the old termserv
We then created a new alias of TERMSERV, and then pointed it to the new terminal server ip address.
We repeated this process with the WINS db as well. Removing old entries and recreating new ones.
The problem is when we map to \\TERMSERV (old server) it says duplicate name on the Network.
We tried reanming, running NEW sid, and etc to no avail.
We pinged server, and it goes to the new server like we want, but for some reason network browser indicates
a duplicate name
We know there isnt a duplicate name on the network, and everything was working fine before.
We ran ipconfig \flushdns
we ran nbtstat -RR
we ran BROWSTAT and forced election
We even removed from domain\renamed\rejoined
Still says same error