LDAP search failed with error 58

Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by John, Aug 28, 2005.

  1. John

    John Guest

    I seem to be having problems with 2 windows 2003 servers, in that one always
    gets there are no more end points error.

    I did a seach on the microsoft support base and it stated to run dcdiag
    which I did and I got the following error

    [ab] LDAP search failed with error 58,
    The specified server cannot perform the requested operation..
    ***Error: The machine, ab could not be contacted, because of a bad net
    response. Check to maek sure that this machine is a domain controller.

    The machine is a domain controller!

    Any idea's what I can look at now?
     
    John, Aug 28, 2005
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  2. John

    Todd J Heron Guest

    How many NICs does this server have?

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    I seem to be having problems with 2 windows 2003 servers, in that one always
    gets there are no more end points error.

    I did a seach on the microsoft support base and it stated to run dcdiag
    which I did and I got the following error

    [ab] LDAP search failed with error 58,
    The specified server cannot perform the requested operation..
    ***Error: The machine, ab could not be contacted, because of a bad net
    response. Check to maek sure that this machine is a domain controller.

    The machine is a domain controller!

    Any idea's what I can look at now?
     
    Todd J Heron, Aug 28, 2005
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  3. John

    John Guest

    One NIC in each server.
     
    John, Aug 28, 2005
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  4. John

    Todd J Heron Guest

    Sounds like the target machine is running out of memory resources. Could be
    due to any number of things - bad driver, incorrectly configured NIC
    settings, corrupt network stack, hardware issue, virus, etc...Check the
    event logs as your first step. Try running a "repair" on each server NIC
    (under network card properties).
     
    Todd J Heron, Aug 29, 2005
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  5. John

    John Guest

    I don't see the repair under network properties.

    Where do I find that option under Windows 2003 server?

    Thanks
     
    John, Aug 30, 2005
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  6. John

    Todd J Heron Guest


    Right-click the LAN Connection > select 'Repair'.
     
    Todd J Heron, Aug 30, 2005
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