Error 4319 in event viewer (samba server involved)

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PB1856

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We recently upgraded our domain to Windows 2000, which now runs 2 Win2k DCs and a Samba server located on a Sun box. Al clients are Win2k or NT and we have a few Linux/Sun file servers. All users home directories are located on our Samba server.

I am recieving the following error on one of my DC's (the PDC emulator). Any suggestions??

Event ID 4319

Source NetBT

Computer: one of my DC's (PDC Emulator)

Description:

A duplicate name has been detected on the TCP network. The IP address of the machine that sent the message is in the data. Use nbtstat -n in a command window to see which name is in the Conflict state.



The machine that is referenced according to line 0028: in the Data box is my Samba server.



Results of nbtstat -n

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Name Type Status

---------------------------------------------

NEWJERSEY <00> UNIQUE Registered

NEWJERSEY <20> UNIQUE Registered

HUNTERGEO <00> GROUP Registered

HUNTERGEO <1C> GROUP Registered

HUNTERGEO <1E> GROUP Registered

NEWJERSEY <03> UNIQUE Registered

NEWJERSEY$ <03> UNIQUE Registered

INet~Services <1C> GROUP Registered

IS~NEWJERSEY...<00> UNIQUE Registered
 

PB1856

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Unfortunately, all the options listed on eventid do not pertain to my situation and did not work, ugh!! Any other help is greatly appreciated!
 
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