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NetBT Error 4321

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Hi,
We are running Windows Server 2003 domain controllers. On the PDC (10.138.144.210) we are getting NetBT error for every ten minutes. Both PDC and Secondary Domain controller(10.138.144.204) are pointing to them selves in TCP/IP DNS properties. On the domain contollers AD and DNS are integrated and no other services are running on the domain controllers.

We have one WINS server(10.138.144.202). Our domain name is BOCCOM.

Please provide any resolution for this error ASAP. Please find the Error screen shot as an attachment.

Thanks in Advance.



 
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Add the WINS server in de network configuration. That could solve it.
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Hi,

Thanks for the reply. You mean to say that I need to add Wins Serve IP address need  to be added in dns address over TCP/IP connection??
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Yes. Add the WINS server's IP on the WINS tab within the Advanced network configuration for TCP/IP.

TCP/IP properties--Advanced--WINS--Add--10.138.144.202

Then restart Computer Browser service on DC. See if this helps.

See the image. Adding WINS server IP
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