TEST System Health Warning

I get the following warning when I run the Test-systemhealth command.

 error:   WARNING: Active Directory server DC1.local is down or unreachable. This error could also be the result of a network or permissions problem. Error: Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))

Does anyone have any idea on how I can resolve this issue. I know it is just a warning, but I would like to resolve this if possible before migrating my users to our new exchange server.   Server setup:  2 SVRS both with CAS\HUB\MB roles.  DCDIAG TEST DNS no errors.  Can send and receive internal and external email to multiple locations. No errors noted with Exchange Best practice analyzer.   I have found nothing online that can help me resolve this issue.
COXMARAsked:
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Can you run ems in admin mode and then rerun the command again.
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COXMARAuthor Commented:
Amit - I am running it in admin mode, using domain admin acct with the appropriate Exchange permission set for that acct. organization mgmt., recipient mgmt. and records mgmt.  Three domain controllers and the warning is different on each server.  SVR1 will give the warning for DC1 and DC2,  SVR2 will give the warning for DC2 and DC3.   I have seen a couple of people with this error, but I have not seen any fix action.  I am hopeful that there is a way to determine what is causing this warning and how I can get rid of it.  My main concern is not resolving the warning and then having problems once all users on my Exchange 2003 have been migrated over to the Exchange 2010 SVR.  Most issues point to a permissions problem, but then everything works as far as mail flow goes and Exchange BPA does not pick up any problems - well it does pick up a problem (warning), but that is dealing with exchange 2003 still be in the picture (Exchange development kit connector and just stating that it is not supported in 2010 and link state suppression not being enabled, but from what I read online, that is not needed unless you want multiple connectors.  hopefully I understood that correctly.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
So you are still running Exchange 2003 with 2010. Can you run ExBPA.
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COXMARAuthor Commented:
Yes, I can, I have run EXBPA a couple of times.  The only warning I get is:  Exchange development kit connector and just stating that it is not supported in 2010 and link state suppression not being enabled, but from what I read online, that is not needed unless you want multiple connectors.  hopefully I understood that correctly.  I did actually set link suppression, but since it is not recognize as being set I probably would need to reboot again, but that has nothing to do with the warning that I am getting.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Some warnings you can ignore. I also ran same test on my system and it comes up with hundreds of warning. Which I ignored, like drive are outdated, cert mismatch etc. As I know, those are not causing any issue. If you are not seeing any issue in your production, you can simply ignore it. As far as error you are getting, you need to have Org and Server level permission to run that command.
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