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Managing a standalone Microsoft DNS server

kennyhwx
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Hi,

 

I am testing the below setup in dev environment and encountered error


MS_RPC_DNSP_USABLE_1

NT code 0x00000005 

 

Microsoft DNS running on Windows Server 2012 R2

Infoblox NIOS virtual appliance v7.2

Re: Managing a standalone Microsoft DNS server

Ingmar Community Manager
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This is showing red when the user account does not have permissions or when our RPC calls fail to read read DNS server properties on the MS-DNSP interface.

 

In most cases this is a permissions issue, check if the account has dns admin permissions and can control the dns service

 

 

Re: Managing a standalone Microsoft DNS server

kennyhwx
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Hi Ingmar,

The DNS server is not AD integrated hence there is no DNS admin group to grant permission. Instead the account used is granted server local administrator privileges.

Permissions to control the DNS service was already granted and working as I can start/stop the service from Infoblox

Kenny

Re: Managing a standalone Microsoft DNS server

Ingmar Community Manager
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In that case a support case seems in order, the ..05 error code for this points to a permission issue, but I have not experience with non AD dns servers.

Re: Managing a standalone Microsoft DNS server

alexsco
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I can suggest doing the following: 

  1. Click the Windows Start icon and search for “regedit”. Right-click and select “run as administrator”.
  2. Expand the tree to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft\ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ policies \ system.
  3. Create a new key (Right click -> New -> choose “DWORD Value (32bit)”).
  4. Name the key “LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy” and give it the value of “1”. Click OK.
  5. Reboot the server to enable the setting to take effect.

After this you cat access to \\winserver\c$, and also \\winserver\IPC$

 

This will help pass the test of Microsoft Servers in INFOBLOX

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