Event ID 1030 and 1058 Problem with Sysvol and Netlogon DFS Shares

Discussion in 'File Systems' started by Nelson Gonçalves, Apr 15, 2008.

  1. I have a problem with ysvol and Netlogon DFS Shares. Since a reboot after the
    following automatic updates :
    - KB944338, KB890830, KB941693, KB945553, KB947864, KB948881, KB948590 and
    KB110806.

    I began to get ID errors 1030 and 1058 saying that the access to
    \\mydomain.local\Sysvol\ is denied. If i go with windows explorer to this
    location, i get the access denied message box.

    Strangely, all the workstation from the domain are able to browse the
    \\mydomain.local\Sysvol\ and even show the security and DFS tabs.

    In the server side if i try to see the proprieties of the sysvol folder i
    can't see DFS and security tab.

    All the domain workstations are getting the GPO and netlogon scripts, but i
    can't access to them with thw server.

    At the same time since the reboot i have the 9074 error on MsexchangeSA, i
    don't know if it has to do with it.

    I Already searched on google for those events, but i didn't manage to achive
    a solution for this problem. Also the DFS service is running, i rebooted the
    server but nothing changed.
     
    Nelson Gonçalves, Apr 15, 2008
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  2. Nelson Gonçalves

    Meng Guest

    After installing KB947864, KB890830, KB948881, KB948590, KB945553, KB941693,
    KB943889, and KB948496, the server (Windows 2003 Standard) rebooted.

    About two days later, I'm getting 1058 and 1030 errors in middle of night
    when only Veritas Backup Exec and some printing service are running. The
    next morning, all workstation lost connection to the server.

    Did anyone ever find a resolution for this thread?

    Thanks,
     
    Meng, May 19, 2008
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