Just set up a new SBS 2011 Essential Server for our office, and shortly after its setup I started receiving the following two errors:
License Error: Enforcement FSMO Policies
SERVER 2/9/2012 10:39 AM
The automatic correction of a noncompliant FSMO role condition was not successful because error 0x8007203a occurred in function f1301 [ZBQU].
The server is not operational.
Make sure that your DNS server can be contacted and the following services are running: Active Directory Domain Services (NTDS), DNS Server (DNS), Kerberos Key Distribution Center (KDC). This server will be automatically shut down if the issue is not corrected.
Ensure that the FSMO roles are located on this server to prevent the server from shutting down.
License Error: Domain Controller Check
SERVER 2/9/2012 10:39 AM
The Domain Controller Check detected a condition in your environment that is out of compliance with the licensing policy. This server needs to be a domain controller. Please make this server a domain controller.
Ensure that this server is a domain controller by using dcpromo to prevent the server from shutting down.
This topic is similar to https://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Protocols/DNS/Q_27548608.html, but with one noticeable difference in our current setup. There is a WinMySQL Ver 1.4 server on our network that is responsible for managing our customer records, and is necessary for day to day operations. I am guessing this is the possible source of the errors, and would like to know if there is a way to resolve this issue and still keeping the MySQL running?
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