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Intermittent RPC unavailable error 1058

Postby guest » Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:28 am

Hi,

We have been having problems since moving from a SBS 2003 server to a Server 2008 server as our Domain Controller now when trying to RPC on to 2003 server we get a 1058 in the event log of the 2003 server.

When we try and make a changes to the gpo the version in the gpt.ini file does not seem to change.

All the servers have the latest updates.

Is there some thing we did wrong when migrating from the 2003 SBS?

We have changed the security settings on the gpt.ini folders and file and the default group policy to alow the corrent access but still the problem persists.

FYI the domain functional level is 2000.

Any help would be gratefully received.


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Re: Intermittent RPC unavailable error 1058

Postby guest » Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:34 am

Hi,

The Error 1058 may be caused by corrupt DFS file or incorrect settings. Please try the steps below to narrow down the cause of this issue.

Clear DFS cache.
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a. Install Windows Server 2003 Support Tools on the 2003 Server DCs, find and install "SUPPORT\TOOLS\SUPTOOLS.MSI" on your
Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM.
b. Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and click OK.
c. At the command prompt, type dfsutil /PurgeMupCache, and then press ENTER.
d. Run gpupdate /force at command prompt to see if the same error appears or not.

To make sure that the Distributed File System service is running on the domain controllers, follow these steps:
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1. On each domain controller, click Start, point to Programs or All Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Services.
2. In the Services console, check the Status and the Startup Type value for the Distributed File System service. The Status should be Started, and the Startup Type should be Automatic.

3. If the Status and the Startup Type are not Started and Automatic, right-click Distributed File System service, and then click Properties.

4. In the Distributed File System Properties, click to select Automatic in the "Startup type" box.

5. If the service is not started, click Start to start the service, and then click OK.

Please also check the DFS service on Windows Server 2008.

If the issue persists, please help to collect the following log on Server 2003 and server 2008.

The MPS Reporting Tool is utilized to gather detailed information regarding a systems current configuration. The data collected will assist you with fault isolation.

A . Please download MPS Reporting Tool (MPSRPT_PFE.EXE) from the following link:
(http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=00ad0eac-720f-4441-9ef6-ea9f657b5c2f&DisplayLang=en)

Please note: The link may be truncated when you read the E-mail. Be sure to include all text between '(' and ')' when navigating to the download location.

B . Right click MPSRPT_PFE.EXE and select Run as Administrator to run this tool, and you will see a Command Window start up.

C . Please type Y with the message of <Include the MSINFO32 report? (defaults to Y in 15 seconds)[Y,N]?

D . When the tool is done you will see an Explorer Window opening up the %systemroot%\MPSReports\Setup\Reports\cab folder and containing a <Computername>MPSReports.cab file. After collecting, please use Windows Live SkyDrive (http://www.skydrive.live.com/) to upload the file and then give me the download address.

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