Re: Event ID 40960 & 40961
From: Todd J Heron (todd_heron_no_spam_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 23:37:15 -0400
I need you to give the full details and the exact error message. From your
description it sounds like you did not create a reverse lookup zone for your
private network. Be certain to use only the local DNS server for the Active
Directory domain, if one already exists. You need to have a reverse lookup
zone for the subnet that you are running internally. Ensure that the
reverse lookup zone(s) actually covers the internal LAN.
-- Todd J Heron, MCSE Windows 2003/2000/NT "Trevor Dumalski" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > After performing a clean install of W2K3 Server Standard, > configuring the IP configuration of the network > connection with a static IP Address, subnet mask, and > primary DNS address (which is the same address as the > server IP), and configuring the DNS suffix as hzn.tst, I > continue to install the DNS service as normal. After > installing the DNS service, and configuring it with > forwardm=, and reverse lookup zones with dynamic > updating, I receive event id's 40960 40961 with a source > of LSASRV. No other event display with errors. I have > read that after joining to a domain this is common, > however I have not yet joined this server to a domain. > If I join it to a domain the error's do not go away. I > have modified the W32Time Service registry key > HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W23Time\Parameters\ > Type to NoSync from Sync, as this test configuration is > currently not connected to the internet for any time > services. So with this entry set to NoSync, the server > still ptovided Ntlp time services, however it does not > obtain the time from anywhere, as it is at the top of the > hierarchy. > > Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated.