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Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Connect With Us Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2014 XenForo Ltd. Then leave a message over on our WinBatchTechSupportForum. 1026 error - the specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted Keywords: 1026 error - the specified domain either Serverless binding uses information about the current security context to locate a domain controller for you and connect to it. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). his comment is here

All rights reserved. The error that *seems* to be the most >> telling is: >> >> The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted. >> >> I've tried both specifying As I said this errors if I use local admin account. IDE failing to load Form2 when inheriting from Form1 containing user control Tag Property ACC2K2: Dynamic report filters failing on IN operator Strange behaviors in the "position property" Browse more C# http://www.winvistatips.com/threads/the-specified-domain-either-does-not-exist-or-could-not-be-contact.684363/

The Specified Domain Either Does Not Exist Or Could Not Be Contacted. Directorysearcher

Idon't understand why. --Buddy Nov 16 '05 #8 P: 2 hfleong I am trying to change the Active Directory password using C#. Typically, you would have a domain account on the current thread if you were impersonating the domain administrator, so that should have worked. I replaced our ISP's DNS server entries with *our* DNS servers, and voila!

Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. I > think > this is too long. Most clients and the NT4 DCs >>>> are >>>> still >>>> in the old domain. I usually see 3 "ldap" > entries > (our two DCs and the Exchange server).

I could only get it towork by passing the server name of the DC in the LDAP path string. The Specified Domain Either Does Not Exist Or Could Not Be Contacted Active Directory Our DNS servers were *not* in our/my DNS server table. thanks Joe, I do some more searching and found another one of your posts explaining this and it works for accessing the default context but when I attempt to get the Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 419,141 IT Pros & Developers.

Special operations on a list Confusion in fraction notation What is shiny and makes people sad when it falls? The two DCs run DNS, the ES (2k3) >> does >> not. *Normally* the ES is the 1st of the 3 entries. (The 3 entries I >> refer to >> are More About Us... For Internet access configure your >AD DNS server to forward requests and list your ISP's DNS server as the >forwarder, or use root hints. > >See: >Best Practices for DNS Client

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That only works if your current thread is running under a domain account. To fix this, you just need to specify a server to bind to (or continue to run with domain credentials): "LDAP://domaincontroller.mycom.com/OU=Office of Sales,DC=mycom,DC=com" Ryan Dunn Weblog The Book LDAP Programming Help The Specified Domain Either Does Not Exist Or Could Not Be Contacted. Directorysearcher They work fine. Exception Details: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted.

dfroelicher posted Jul 28, 2016 Recovery errors 1002 and 1005,... http://technologyprometheus.com/the-specified/the-specified-domain-did-not-exist-lsass-exe.html So is it a permissions issue with asp.net or the domain configuration. I could only get it to work by passing the server name of the DC in the LDAP path string. And yes, another problem *I* have (along > with > the junior tech), is long logon times (I pretty much *always* have to wait > 1minute 35 seconds at the "Applying

In the properties of TCP/IP point the DNS server to itself for DNS. Not the answer you're looking for? It *was* DNS. weblink I found the FindDomainControllersFromNamingContext.vbs script posted at http://blogs.technet.com/heyscriptingguy/archive/2009/10/05/hey-scripting-guy-october-5-2009.aspx, but when running this code from a workgroup I receive the exact same error message than before.At this point, the question I have

When this >>>SRV >>>record is not found the *most* common response is "The specified domain >>>either does not exist or could not be contacted" >>> >>> >>> >>>Another common side effect How to fix it??? Guest, Jan 27, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory Replies: 0 Views: 673 Guest Jan 27, 2004 DNS - DNS RR set that ought to exist, does not exist.

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Check with your admin to see if these are your DNS servers hth DDS W 2k MVP MCSE "Tcs" wrote in message news:... > Thank you. See this link:http://www.rlmueller.net/ADOAltCredentials.htmThe second example shows how to use the OpenDSObject method to bind to the RootDSE object with specified credentials. Here's >> my >> code: >> >> ----------code---------- >> ' Get Domain name from RootDSE object. >> Set objRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://RootDSE") >> strDomain = "LDAP://" & objRootDSE.Get("defaultNamingContext") >> >> Const ADS_SCOPE_SUBTREE Here's my code: ----------code---------- ' Get Domain name from RootDSE object.

And of course the network guy doesn't have long logon times. Thanks in advance for any help !! Do Air Traffic Controllers have to remember stall speeds for different aircraft? http://technologyprometheus.com/the-specified/the-specified-domain-either-does-not-exist-or-could-not-be-contacted-active-directory.html They work fine.

When I run my application directly then it serches the Domain name but when I run it after creating Virtual directory from IIS, it gives an error:- The specified domain either Your code uses serverless binding (and default credential binding for that matter). Thanks a lot, Tom On Thu, 27 Oct 2005 15:53:44 -0600, "Danny Sanders" <> wrote: > the junior tech), is long logon times (I pretty much *always* have to wait >> Pointing the DNS server to itself for DNS allows the DNS server to >register it's SRV record the client needs to find the domain.

Goodknecht Sr. [MVP] Jun 10, 2006 Re: specified domain either does not exist... Joe K. "Buddy Ackerman" wrote in message news:uV**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl... I'm just a programmer helping programmers. http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;329986 Joe K. "Ollie Riches" wrote in message news:eE****************@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl... >I am trying to access an AD from asp.net, I am getting the 'famous' "The > specified domain either does not

One website mentioned >>>> something >>>> about >>>> it *probably* being a syntax error, or something likewise simple. >>>> Here's >>>> my >>>> code: >>>> >>>> ----------code---------- >>>> ' Get Domain I mean, if it works for LANguard, why not for *me*? I hope the network guy understands. Most clients and the NT4 DCs are > still > in the old domain.

That only works if your current thread is running under a domain account. I moved them to a web app running IIS on my > > local > > machine and got the following error when I execute the second line. > > > I do not answer questions on behalf of my employer. This will mean that you probably can't actually access many objects in the domain.

We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Typicallywhat happens is if the client doesn't have a DC for the domain cached, theDC locator used by the serverless binding mechanism queries DNS for a listof candidate DCs for the Since you don't supply credentials in the constructor > either, ASP.NET will use the current account to bind to the directory, but > since that is not a domain account, it