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Windows Server 2003 IAS services problem

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I am having an issue with windows server 2003 IAS services, where IAS will not keep running- if I start it it stops immediately.
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by:sysreq2000
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Does this maybe apply to you?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931533
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sysreg2000: thanks for the link.

I resolved it by stopping DNS server services, Net logon servives and start IAS, restarted DNS services, and then netlogon services.
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Good to hear! 8)
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Moderator, please close this question.
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Issue resolved.
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