Error appearing in the Event viewer (event id: 1058 & event id: 10

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Error appearing in the Event viewer (event id: 1058 & event id: 10

Postby Y3JtX25ld2JpZQ » Thu, 05 Jan 2006 23:47:04 GMT

Dear all,

I would appreciate any help in diagnosing and resolving this error. Logged 
in as an administrator on a windows xp sp2 laptop and the above errors appear 
during the boot in the event viewer.  I am logging on to the domain and I do 
not receive any errors on-screen.

They say that they cannot access the group policy but I have checked that 
the file exists and that I have access to the folder.

Any ideas or is there a better group to post in?

Re: Error appearing in the Event viewer (event id: 1058 & event id: 10

Postby David Parkes » Fri, 06 Jan 2006 00:15:58 GMT

Check that the DNS is pointing to your Domain Controller. 



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1.Error appearing in the Event viewer (event id: 1058 & event id

Thanks for the response.

It is.

Any other ideas.

"David Parkes" wrote:

> Check that the DNS is pointing to your Domain Controller. 
> 
> 
> 

2."Event ID 1058" and "Event ID 1030" KB article does not apply

After joining XP SP1 workstations to a newly installed 
Small Business Server 2003 domain, the event log is full 
of "Event ID 1058" and "Event ID 1030". The workstations 
are unable to share printers or be managed from SBS 2003. 
I researched the errors at support.microsoft.com and 
found Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 314494. However, 
the article does not apply as the XP workstations do not 
have 'DisableDFS' 
under 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Service
s\Mup' as stated in the resolution.
All the latest updates are installed on the workstations 
as well as the server. The errors and symptoms were not 
present prior to joining the new domain. The wokstations 
also had share printers and were working fine. I have 
made sure that the share printer names did not conflict 
with computer or user names on the new domain and that I 
was, in fact, logged into the domain as the administrator 
when attempting to share the printers. The workstations 
work fine on the domain other than print shareing and 
management from SBS 2003 (file sharing, internet, 
exchange, etc.).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Ray

3.Event ID 1091 and Event ID 1085 Appear in the Application Event Log

The contents of the error boxes point toward GPO:
"The Group Policy client-side extension IP Security failed to log RSOP
(Resultant Set of Policy) data. Please look for any errors reported earlier
by that extension." and
"The Group Policy client-side extension IP Security failed to execute.
Please look for any errors reported earlier by that extension."

I have applied 823608 Hotfix with no joy. GP seems to be being applied in
all instances. This error is only showing up in the Event logs of my W2K3
DC's, not my W2K machines, of course.

Thanks in advance....



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