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Posted on 2015-01-28
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Hello Experts,
I have a Event Errors in our server "Event ID:10009" -  DistributedCOM.
"DCOM was unable to communicate with the computer "MyOLDserver.local" using any of the configured protocols."

This errors came from my old servers ..
What this errors means ?
How do i fix that ?
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Is your old server still in use or switched on? If not, just remove the computer object for the old server in Active Directory Users and Computers and the error will go away.
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This is old server that not usable...
I will try your solution and will update you soon.
Thanks !!
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Remember to delete the entry for the old server in DNS as well.
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