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Global Catalog's are down

Posted on 2011-03-20
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hi guys,

I can't log in into my domain. I ran dcdiag (windows sbs 2003 server. it's the only gc)  I have this message


Starting test: FsmoCheck
    Warning: DcGetDcName(GC_SERVER_REQUIRED) call failed, error 1355
    A Global Catalog Server could not be located - All GC's are down.
    Warning: DcGetDcName(TIME_SERVER) call failed, error 1355
    A Time Server could not be located.
    The server holding the PDC role is down.
    Warning: DcGetDcName(GOOD_TIME_SERVER_PREFERRED) call failed, error 13

    A Good Time Server could not be located.
    Warning: DcGetDcName(KDC_REQUIRED) call failed, error 1355
    A KDC could not be located - All the KDCs are down.
    ......................... nitmiluk.local failed test FsmoCheck
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guys I am really sorry  the netlogon services was stopped.

I apologize for wasting your time
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netlogon services stopped
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