One of our Terminal Server 2003 from two days ago to this day on each morning i´ve received the following error from all users:
The system cannot log you on due to the following error:
The RPC Server is unavailable
When i´ve tried to access remotely (RDP) with the domain administrator account i also get this message.
I was looking at the knowledge base and verified what are the common solutions:
1) The firewall is disabled
2) The DNS are from primary and secondary DCs (and i can connect them by IP or Name)
3) The IP Address and Subnet mask is configured correctly.
4) The DNS entry of the Terminal Servers are correct.
5) I´ve verified the RPC services and its running
If i restart the terminal server the problem is solved until the next morning...
So i dont have many clues here and thats why i´m asking to the Experts :)
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