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Of course if the domain only have single domain controller then this will not be an issue. Regards, KC Moke Guest, Mar 22, 2006 #1 Advertisements Guest Guest For your reference The problem resolved after I had setup a new Windows 2003 Server and joined the Domain once cleaned up, I can create any Active Directory object that I want, user, group, etc…. Starting test: RidManager * Available RID Pool for the Domain is 13618 to 1073741823 * RIDmasterDCname.domain.domainname.co.uk is the RID Master * DsBind with RID Master was successful Warning: rid set reference Source

I beleive I am looking in the wrong areas. By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. From a newsgroup post: "In case you encounter this error after you performed a backup restore, as you may know each DC has a pool of RIDs to create security principals click for more info

History Contributors Ordered by most recent Nylatex0 pts. The record data contains the NT error code that caused the failure. Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory > Event ID 16650 Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory' started by If it is not, you may have removed the DC that it was originally on, but did not transfer it before the removal.

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Please try again later. Powered by Blogger. x 10 Anonymous This happened to me when I added 2 domain controllers to an existing domain with 2 separate sites. This is to say that you most likely never demoted the old server gracefully and it still appears in you AD database.

I followed Microsoft ME285836 article with one exception being that since this was a child domain there is no Enterprise Admin group. If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Macho showed me where the problem is.. The last success occurred at (never).

Privacy Reply Processing your reply... We'll let you know when a new response is added. Sign Up Now! Any idea? 1 Primary Domain Controller. 1 Aditional Domain Controller. 1 The New Aditional Domain Controller with the problem mentionated.

Join UsClose Wintel & Virtualization... http://haslerchan.blogspot.com/2011/08/event-id-16650-account-identifier.html In addition, the new domain controller's Directory Service log may record Error 16650". Just like he want to fulfill his manager request to let me try to troubleshoot the issue, which I'm getting more frustrated, anyway keep cool… J When looking at the ADUC.msc, Looking to get things done in web development?

More About Us... this contact form The record data contains the NT error code that caused the failure. Hot Scripts offers tens of thousands of scripts you can use. Macho, I was requested to be on-site to the data center to look into the issue.

Every 2 min. Please look for other SAM event logs that may indicate the exact reason for the failure. event id: 6015 event id: 9031 event id: 3028 3. have a peek here He looked at me speechless and in return I gave my "Are you now struggling your brain on what I did to get it resolved?" eyesight… (That is the best moment

Windows 2000 Server generates Event ID 16650 every two minutes in the NTDS event log with 'The account-identifier allocator failed to initialize properly'? The FSMO role that hands out RID pools is the RID master. He is like show me the problem in 5 mins and left myself to troubleshoot with no hope of getting it resolved.

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There was an error processing your information. x 13 EventID.Net Aa per Microsoft: "When you use Dcpromo.exe to create a new domain controller replica in a forest consisting of a single domain and one existing domain controller, you Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? Get Access Questions & Answers ?

Don’t miss out on this exclusive content! After about 30 minutes, the problem resolved itself after the branch DC was able to fully replicate and find the RID Master. To resolve this issue: Check the Directory Service event log for additional details about replication failure. Check This Out The recorddata contains the NT error code that caused the failure.

Rebooted both and everything is ok. P/S: I wrote a summary report email to all relevant party including several senior managers with "Time taken to resolve = < 1 hour" (whereby Mr. Macho). JSI Tip 7191.

Windows 2000 Server generates Event ID 16650 every two minutes in the NTDS event log with 'The account-identifier allocator failed to initialize properly'? The SAM error resolved immediately the DC3 joined in. Error 16650 NEED Help 15. URGENTLY NEED HELP : Event 16650 2.

JDavis55 Nov 10, 2005 9:58 AM GMT www.eventid.net is a great source for error codes in event viewer. Macho did. Send me notifications when members answer or reply to this question. What I found from NTDSutil, the other domain controller information is still listed, which mean the other DC information is not cleanup from metadata yet.

Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. x 10 Anonymous I found that one of my Domain Controller which was Infrastucture Master was also a Global Catalogue. See the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles: How to Find FSMO Role Holders (Servers). Resources Join | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2017 ENGINEERING.com, Inc.

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