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Ntdsutil error 80070057 and FsmoCheck error 1355

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      9th Jan 2006
I have successfully seized the roles of dead
domain server few weeks ago as described at:

Using Ntdsutil.exe to seize or transfer FSMO roles
to a domain controller

Now after some time i runed DCDiag.exe wich give
me this:

Running enterprise tests on : xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Starting test: Intersite
......................... xxxxxxxxxxxxx
passed test Intersite
Starting test: FsmoCheck
call failed, error 1355
A Global Catalog Server could not be
located - All GC's are down.
......................... xxxxxxxxxxxxx
failed test FsmoCheck

i tried Ntdsutil.exe again but it wont connect to
server i'm working on and gives me error 80070057?

server connections: elgreco
Error 80070057 parsing input - illegal syntax?

What should i do now?

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      9th Jan 2006
i just managed to find what was wrong..

in Active Directory and sites old (dead) server
folder remained in Default-First-Site-Name, i
deleted it and FsmoCheck error went away.
all roles are now displayed as it should, i hope
it helps to someone..

i noticed another failure in dcdiag bu i'll open a
new thread for it..

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