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Active Directory Domain Services unavailable on windows server 2012 standard

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by claude1, Feb 14, 2013.

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  1. claude1

    claude1 Thread Starter

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    We are now facing a big issue due to the fact that our new domain Controller seems to be unavailable. This means when I try to open The Active directory administrative center, it shows the following message: “cannot connect to any domain. Refresh or try again when connection is available”(See file attached). I think this problem came when we deployed a new Kaspersky end point security 10. I tried to uninstall Kaspersky but still the issue remains. We are not able to add computers, users , reset password……. There is no problem on connectivity side because I can ping without any timeout, I do remote desktop…. Another issue is that I cannot even open DNS ,I t gives the following error message “the Server BK-AD1 could not be contacted. The error was access denied would you like to add it anyway?”
    Can you give me a hand because now I did not find any other solution on forums,
    Thank you in advance
     
  2. peterh40

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    Check the Firewall settings either in Kaspersky settings or the built in Windows Firewall settings and try to turn it off.
     
  3. peonowns

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    Check in services to see if you can restart it, or start if it is currently stopped.

    Are there no event logs?.

    Also in services there is a revocery option if the service breaks.
     
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