http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/353d381d-0911-41c3-98fb-2475b65c32f6/... View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » 9 Replies Jalapeno OP Melissa8384 May 24, 2014 at 3:34 UTC Are the forwarders configured on an interface Your servers just don't have access to your ISP's or Google's DNS server through the DCOM protocols (probably due to the firewall restrictions mentioned earlier in this thread), where as if Type ConfigureLocalhostToIPv6Policy.vbs AllowAllLocalhostToIPv6 to allow all IPv6 traffic from the local host to the corporate network. From the command prompt: Set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1, then run devmgmt.msc. –Greg Askew Jun 11 '15 at 19:58 1 This registry path stores configuration parameters for the DNS Server role. have a peek at this web-site
How to troubleshoot: As I mentioned above, there are many possibilities which can cause DCOM 10009 being logged. Windows XP SP3 boxes. I think it's trying to contact an old web server which has since been decommissioned and no longer exists. This error and a couple of others to different IP addresses but referencing the same PID come up about once an hour. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/353d381d-0911-41c3-98fb-2475b65c32f6/dcom-was-unable-to-communicate-with-the-computer-xxxx-using-any-of-the-configured-protocols?forum=winservergen
These error messages show up every hour on the server. –Wayne In Yak Jun 18 '15 at 16:59 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or Note:The script is located in the \Program Files\Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway\utils\TMGIPv6Policy folder. In the console tree, click Inbound rules. Find the IP Address of the server: Open a command prompt window (cmd.exe) from the Start menu.
Sorry, we couldn't post your feedback right now, please try again later. Right-click the Windows SBS Client – Windows XP Policy and click Edit. 5. Expectation is that the new server (with same name as old) should be looked up. Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer 10009 Server 2008 They are both online and responding, but I'm not sure why DCOM would be attempting to contact external DNS servers.
Saturday, September 17, 2011 5:58 AM 2 Sign in to vote Hi There, I have a similar issue as above. Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer Event Id 10009 WTF Microsoft. Reply Aamer says: June 5, 2012 at 12:23 pm We have these DCOM 10009 Events filling up event logs after removing a server from the network. Zhang on our behalf.
After upgrading the workstations to Windows 7 and renaming them, the DNS records got mixed up. Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer Dcdiag Double-click to run it, if requirement is not met, please follow the wizard to download and install them. The DC DIAG tool will write the DCOM errors to the event log. Using polite form for neutral subjects How do I respond when players stray from my prepared material?
Did anyone find a solution to this problem? Because of Labtech running the DCDIAG tests and associated "fix" script pretty much continuously. Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer Using Any Of The Configured Protocols 10028 If we remove them from the DNS forwarders and add them to the root hint list, do we need to remove all of the other root hint addresses in order to Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer Domain.local Using Any Of The Configured Protocols In the Group Policy Management Editor, double click Windows Firewall: Allow inbound file and printer sharing exception a.
And I am unable to find an answer. Check This Out Not a member? Wednesday, July 18, 2012 1:03 PM 0 Sign in to vote This is NOT a LabTech specific problem. Anyone have any luck fixing this? Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer 126.96.36.199 Using Any Of The Configured Protocols
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/353d381d-0911-41c3-98fb-2475b65c32f6/... 3 Pimiento OP eBernieInc Apr 1, 2015 at 1:43 UTC 1st Post Hi Nate, What's the solution? I haven't found the gem you are talking about. This is actually a Microsoft Issue, but here is their resolution. How this happens: When a client calls CoGetClassObject or CoCreateInstance (CreateObject or new in VB) to activate a component, the COM runtime contacts its local SCM COM activator (RPCSS service) Source Is this DC also a DNS server?
Friday, June 22, 2012 2:15 PM 2 Sign in to vote As an update to my post we've now tracked down the source ofour issue. Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer Dns Forwarder Nothing has worked. You should edit the Client XP GPO and change the scope of the rules to allow subnet + the internal IP of the server.
You should edit the Client XP GPO and change the scope of the rules to allow subnet + the internal IP of the server. The (portable) machine may have just been switched off, or the owner may be on the road at the given moment. We use LabTech too. Dcom Was Unable To Communicate With The Computer 10028 Cluster i have the same issue, but again it is trying to dcom to external DNS servers (the DNS servers we have as forwarders in DNS where only dns queries are done).
Why would our DC being trying to contact network equipment via DCOM? Do spacecraft in Star Wars produce jet blasts when taking off? I don't think that is my answer here given that these are public DNS servers. have a peek here Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) system policy rules contain a set of predefined access rules that control access between the local host network (the Forefront TMG server) and other networks.
In the command prompt window type IPConfig and press return. RVR on December 28, 2009 at 3:29 pm said: As per http://support.microsoft.com/kb/957713 article we have resolved the DCOM issue. 2.1 DCOM Event ID 10009: Problem: The DCOM event ID 10009 will