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#1 James Ezekwe

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 13:23

Hello house, am having the following issue on my server 2003 event log. pls help out with suggestions on how to solve the problem


Process STORE.EXE (PID=6620). Exchange Active Directory Provider failed to obtain DNS records for domain avi-cenna.local. DNS Priority and Weight for the Domain Controllers in this domain will be set to the default values 0 (priority) and 100 (weight).


#2 xendrome

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 13:29

store.exe is Exchange 2003, and you've got something going on with your DNS servers, make sure DNS Server is started in services.msc - http://www.microsoft...change ADAccess

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 13:30

DNS issues -- google on how to troubleshoot / fix AD DNS problems...

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 16:34

So clearly that is a nonpublic domain avi-cenna.local, so ask because it is so common its not funny. Is your exchange server even pointing to your AD dns?

All MEMBERS of a domain need to point to ONLY AD DNS! Your AD dns then either queries directly to ROOTS for non AD domains, or domains he is not authoritative for or he forwards the request to some other server that can do the recursive lookup for said domain. Say your ISP dns, some other caching server on your network that queries your ISP, or googledns, opendns, etc.

Members of domain should ONLY point to AD DNS, having other servers in the list can cause problems. Example your AD dns is 192.168.1.100, so something like
192.168.1.100
8.8.8.8

is not right.