Getting error while joining any host(winxp or other os) to domain
"Note: This information is intended for a network administrator. If you are not your network's administrator, notify the administrator that you received this information, which has been recorded in the file C:\WINDOWS\debug\dcdiag.txt. The domain name MPTSWADA might be a NetBIOS domain name. If this is the case, verify that the domain name is properly registered with WINS. If you are certain that the name is not a NetBIOS domain name, then the following information can help you troubleshoot your DNS configuration. The following error occurred when DNS was queried for the service location (SRV) resource record used to locate a domain controller for domain MPTSWADA: The error was: "DNS name does not exist." (error code 0x0000232B RCODE_NAME_ERROR) The query was for the SRV record for _ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.MPTSWADA Common causes of this error include the following: - The DNS SRV record is not registered in DNS. - One or more of the following zones do not include delegation to its child zone: MPTSWADA . (the root zone) For information about correcting this problem, click Help." if you required detail mail your id so i can send the jpg attachement for the same error. While joining to any host to domain when i am providing the domain name as mptswada.com that time the above error showing, instead if I provide only MPTSWADA then its ask for administrator username and password to join in domain. pls give me the solution to solve this error.
i you required the error snapshot pls provide your email so i can send the same.
pls go thru this url i got the solution but i am frightending to do the DNS Flush, pls suggest me the step by visiting this url http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-11184-0.html?forumID=39&threadID=201502&tag=rbxccnbdisc1
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Assuming your email is at yourcompany.com, you will want to check with the network administrator internal to your company or the company that maintains your email service.
There are many ways your email can be hosted, depending on who is the designated contact for your domain name. If you are not sure, go to www.godaddy.com, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on a link called WHOIS and enter your domain name: yourcompany.com. The results will most likely show you the contact information of someone or a company that manages your domain name. (it may be godaddy.com or it may be someone else altogether)
That is the place to start. The person or the company that hosts your domain name will also have access to the DNS information pointing to your email services. It may be that company, or it may be another, but the Domain Name Servers for the mail server will direct you to the servers where your email is hosted.
Your goal is to find a person with authority to manage your email addresses at yourcompany.com
guide describes how to upgrade a Microsoft Microsoft
Windows 98-based, or Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition-based
client that has user profiles to a Microsoft Windows
following steps enable the Windows 98 and Windows Millennium
Edition (Me) profiles to be retained throughout the
best method to retain the profiles is to join the domain
during the upgrade installation process.
Otherwise, you must use a workaround method to transfer
the profile information over to the Windows XP profile.
the upgrade installation process, at the networking
section, the administrator is offered the choice to
join a domain or a workgroup.
If you join the domain at this juncture, you ensure
that all the existing profiles are migrated successfully
to the Windows XP-based installation.
you did not join the computer to the domain during the
upgrade process, you must use the following workaround
Join the upgraded computer to the target domain.
applicable users must log on and log off (which generates
the appropriate Application Data folder from the Windows
95, Windows 98, and Windows Me profiles to the newly
created user profiles.
This issue could be caused by a few things in your config. First things to look at is your networking (taken past the point of ensuring the addresses are proper, same subnet and so forth) - can you ping the DC and the DNS? If you can ping can you resolve with an nslookup? Are you using DHCP - is it running? Do you have an active firewall?
The suffix's at the end of your post are troubling - is this a copy and paste of the error message or was it keyed in? Do you have a copy of your DCDiag.txt?
Run some NETDIAG tests such as NETDIAG /d:domain and/or NETDIAG /fix which should provide you with more specific information that will pinpoint the issue (hopefully).
network domain is the domain that the server resides on, e.g., fixya.com (NOTE: do not use this one!)
server name is the host name for the server, e.g., www.fixya.com (NOTE: do not use this one!)
server administrator e-mail is an e-mail address for whomever is setting up or responsible for supporting the server, e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org (NOTE: do not use this one!)
try adding printer and browsing network for printer, it should see the host and printer and add using correct network path, if you don't see host computer "print server" then you aren't on correct network path
Try removing the machine from the domain first. Right click on my computer, go to Properties, go to the Computer Name tab, and where it says " To rename thic computer or join domain, click Change", click on the Change button.
In the following screen, select Workgroup, give it any name and click OK.
Before you do this, make sure you have an account with admin privileges on the local machine (make sure you know username and password for this account).