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Posted on 2011-09-20
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Please, I have a server "ser" (domain controler) and I have some error logs that you will find the print screen in the attachement
indeed I can not connect and if I shuts down the server (replication DC) and I start I can logon once and if I close the session and I Connet second time its not working (authenticate it is still one or two hours and nothing.
please help me is very urgent
What it correspends my error logs and give me a solution please
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Generally speaking, the 1202 event indicates the machine became a GC but ADWS couldn't establish a connection to it on the GC port. ADWS will keep retrying, so if there's a subsequent 1200 event ("is now servicing the specified directory instance") for the GC instance, it was a transient issue and solved itself.

If  event is followed by informational events 1006 "Active Directory Web Services is advertising." 1004 "Active Directory Web Services has successfully started and is now accepting requests" and 1200 "Active Directory Web Services is now servicing the specified directory instance.You can safely ignore this message.

From the event log I can see event id 1200 also has occured.You can safely ignore the errors events as ADWS start before AD starts and hence the event is logged.

Regarding the KCC Event ID 1311 is logged in the Directory Service event log when the replication configuration information in Active Directory does not accurately reflect the physical topology of the network.
Refer below links:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc740252(WS.10).aspx
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc736750(WS.10).aspx
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Thx
but I still have that error that I do not know how I can correct (the print screen attached)
please it is urgent
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Ran dcdiag /q and repadmin /replsum and post the log.
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