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No_Client_Site Error

Posted on 2016-08-30
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Hi Experts,

on one DC we have an error and in the eventlog you can see this error :5807

In our network we have 4 DCs and several subnets.
All subnets are entered into the site of this DC.

Do you have any idea why this error comes up ?
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OS Version?
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Pick one of the IP addresses listed in the events and make absolutely sure it matches one of the subnets configured for that domain controller's AD site. Feel free to post your site/subnet configuration here, along with one of the problematic client addresses.
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The OS version of AD is WIN2008.
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can you past the whole error and printscreen the subnets from AD.
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ok, 3 subnets were not installed.
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