Event ID error 5782, Could it be causing weird printing issue?

Have a client running Server 2008, that every day around noon, no one can print. No other problem with the network. After about 1/2 hour people can print again. Resources are fine all below 20% untilization. Check the Event Log and see that everyday at 11:50 AM there is a DNS error, Event ID 5782. "Dynamic registration or deregistration of one or more DNS records failed with the following error: No DNS servers configured for local system.

Thing is the server does have DNS running on it, so not sure why it's getting that, AND could this DNS error be causing some weird timeout thing with the print spooler?

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Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
I'm not sure if printing error and event id 5782 are related. But for DNS error you should check if you have "Register this connection'ss suffix in DNS" checked in TCP/IP settings. Is this server DC also? Which IP number did you enter for primary DNS server?
crusade1Author Commented:
I'll check that setting on Monday when I get to work. I know the IP address of the DNS server in the TCP/IP settings is the same as the server itself. (points to self)
Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
Is preferred DNS server entered as exact IP or as localhost (
crusade1Author Commented:
Exact IP, but I'm thinking about just letting this question enter the world of "Hmmm all fixed now". We rebooted the server on Friday and have yet to have the noon-time printing problem again

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crusade1Author Commented:
Self solved with a server reboot (maybe)
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