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Error logged when Domain controller reboot

Posted on 2014-12-16
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Hi ,
everytime I reboot the Domain Controller (GC , PDC or not) , I get those event logged

is there a way to avoid it , when I run Dcdiag , I get it said error happened in last 24 hours and it is caused by system reboot,
I set the Domain controller to reboot once a day.

I have 2 DC , both of them runing windows 2012 R2
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Question by:GordonLiq
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some services and functions try to do things before ADDS service is fully started causing errors and warning to occur
if that is the only time it happens, i would ignore it since it is normal; i've seen that happen for years at startup
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OK ,
it is just annoy , as every time error shows up , I have to open the event log and review it and then ignore it.
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At least in the picture you get 4 different errors that seems related to DNS issues. Maybe you have more errors listed.

Why are you rebooting the DC every day?
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