Posted by: Tony | 02/27/2013 at 11:56 AM The comments to this entry are closed. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website eight − = five Just another Microsoft MVPs site Search for: Recent Posts Useful iPad apps WHS and Failing Disks WHS The system volume will then be shared as SYSVO and so on. I fixed the problem by running DCGPOFIX on the Win2k3 server followed by a reboot. http://seforum.net/event-id/event-id-1030.html
There is a corresponding warning EventID 40961 from source LsaSrv in the System log. Windows will automatically retry this operation at the next refresh cycle. Tends to behave most of the time. An event will be logged when Group Policy is successful. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc727265(v=ws.10).aspx
The problem was that for this particular user Group Policy was not being applied when he logged in, therefore not enabling "My Documents Redirection". x 88 Anonymous In my case, it turned out that the problem here was the share permission for ''NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM'' was missing on the SYSVOL share. I don't really know why this would effect some logons, and not others, but it did work for us.
I don't have all the answers, but have helped out a lot of people diagnose and fix these events. Marked as answer by lspnr Saturday, July 21, 2012 10:14 AM Saturday, July 21, 2012 10:14 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote > ///// ErrorDescription Computers joined to the domain must have proper name resolution and network connectivity to a domain controller for discovery of new Group Policy objects and settings. Event Id 1030 Error Code 55 Network Access: Shares that can be accessed anonymously -> Add SYSVOL to the list.
Regards, Yan Li TechNet Subscriber Support If you are TechNet Subscription user and have any feedback on our support quality, please send your feedback here. Event Id 1030 Group Policy Server 2008 x 47 Peter Appel In my case, I installed a W2k3 member server in a Domain with two W2k3 domain controllers. This would imply a NetBIOS issue or a corrupt GPO on the server. I had the same problem and was resolved after remove all groups of the user.
Checked ntdsutil and metadata was cleaned up properly. https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/1073/Diagnosing-and-repairing-Events-1030-and-1058.html Louis Tuesday, June 19, 2012 1:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Any update about the issue after doing a network trace? Event Id 1030 Error Code 8341 Bringing it all back together, if you type DFSutil /purgemupcache, you will be deleting potentially incorrect UNC paths to your sysvol and netlogon shares. Event Id 1058 The Processing Of Group Policy Failed Opening the properties of the Q: drive on these affected computers took roughly 2 minutes, and in one case (out of 5), it never appeared, even after a logoff/logon (but no
A great help in resolving my issue quickly, and also provided good insight into the cause. weblink Click Command Prompt. If you can, be liberal about rebooting your DCs. (One at a time, of course.) When troubleshooting issues, a lot of errors only come up at boot time. Once done, 2003 Server (Standard edition and older) may need to reset the replication procedures using the BurFlag method to reset the replication set. Event Id 1030 Error Code 1326
I have tried/checked: pointing at another DNS (DC), running ipconfig /flushdns and nbtstat -R with no improvement.DCDIAG/test:dns comes back clean on all DCs.I can ping by host name all DCs.I can x 81 Anonymous In my case, the 1030 & 1058 event were fixed by: 1) Change the binding order of the network adapters (ncpa.cpl-advanced-advanced settings), so that the adapter that is From a newsgroup post: "I had the 1030 and 1058 errors in the event log every 5 minutes on a W2K3 domain controller that also ran DNS, DHCP, Exchange 2003 Standard, navigate here It is recommended to correct this by clicking OK". (Message might be a little different).
Also, if SMB signing policies are set by the default domain controller security policy, the problem affects all the domain controllers on the network. Event Id 1030 Userenv Server 2003 x 3 David Cain We encountered this event at approximately 2 hour intervals on one of our Windows 2003 Domain Controllers. I have this customer...
Windows attempted to retrieve new Group Policy settings for this user or computer. An example of Our approach Comments: Anonymous We got this on a virtualized domain controller. x 2 John Poff On Windows 2003 I received this error when I disabled TCP/IP NetBios help service. Event Id 1030 Windows Cannot Query For The List Of Group Policy Objects This is because the servers are trying to access the SYSVOL share as LocalSystem which by default does not have access to network resources.
If you run into a problem within one of these three stages, you will run into event log errors 1030 and 1058. To fix just logout of that session or login and update your credentials by locking and unlocking the computer. Afterward, Group Policy applies every 90 to 120 minutes. http://seforum.net/event-id/event-id-7036-not-showing-in-event-viewer.html At unpredictable times (ie: sometimes right after logon, sometimes in the middle of the day, sometimes when the user had already been navigating through the directory structure), the time between double
It points to \\FQDN\dfs. Or you can review another article I wrote for troubleshooting DNS errors: http://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/Networking/Protocols/DNS/DNS-Troubleshooting-made-easy.html In addition to fixing DNS: File replication errors in the 13000s can indicate that you have partial replication x 2 EventID.Net As per ME810907 (applicable to Windows XP) this may occur in conjunction with Event id 1058 and it is a confirmed (known) problem with XP. It may have been best practice back in the day, but as long as the primary server is its own valid IP, you're fine.
New computers are added to the network with the understanding that they will be taken care of by the admins. Editing with ADSI, like described in another comment on this page, and deleting the offending duplicate entry solved the problem. Almost every week-end my DC will crash with event ID 1030 and 1053, and since it cannot be reached, all networks services (DNS, Exchange etc.) fails. Also, access to the Domain controller security policy & the Domain security policy MMC snap-in's was restored by this solution.
The tool was giving back the domain SID until I specified the local machine name. This would imply a file replication issue or permissions issue on the Sysvol folder. A corrupt GPO could also be a part of a partial replication set, so, this too could be a file replication problem.