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netlogon error on window 2000 server

By pratik_patel_2001 ·
dear sir/ madam.

i m getting the following error on my win2k server.
source: netlogon
event id : 5774
error message:Registration of the DNS record '_kerberos._tcp.Default-First-Site-Name._sites.mbpl.com. 600 IN SRV 0 100 88 off-net.mbpl.com.' failed with the following error:
DNS operation refused.

pls give me the solution why this error is coming and what is solution to cure it.

pls reply me on the same and also mark a cc to
kn_abhilash@rediffmail.com

Regards
pratik patel

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Take a look at this Q Article Q284963
If that doesn't help look at this page from www.eventid.net
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=5774&source=netlogon
There is alot of suggestions and Q Articles to sift through. I hope this helps.

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This error is typically caused by the use of a DNS server that does not allow dynamic update, or is set to refuse operations from your computer. Sometimes this is due to a workstation that points to the ISP's DNS server, instead of an internal DNS server. In general, all internal servers and workstations should point to one or more internal DNS servers which in turn point to a DNS server that forwards to the internet.

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