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netlogon will not start error 0x0000064:0xooooo64 after transition to 2008 ad

Posted on 2011-03-12
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After transition from ad server 2003 to ad server 2008r2 all went well until I rebooted new AD and it changed the name to the old server and netlogon will not start therefore no domain or AD. Changed all the names in DNS and registry to match name it acquired but no luck
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A lot of errors because the domain seems to have disappeared and of course that is my only AD server
I changed everything to be the same name as the old server since I can't change it back to what it was and no luck.
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I think the SID is confused but I don't know how to fix it. The server thinks it has 2 names. When I change the ipaddress it changes 2 entries in dns, wins, etc. the original server name and the server name it changed itself to ( which was the old 2003 pdc) any idea how to fix this. I am reading through the link you sent.
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I just virtualized the old server from a backup and starting over with the new server. I could not fix the netlogon or anything else. So this question doesn't matter anymore. Thanks
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100 points for posting an answer, but not needed anymore
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