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If you are facing error 53258, the following blog post may help you.
|Description|| MS DTC was unable to correctly handle DC promotion / demotion event. MS DTC continues to run and also uses the existing settings protection. Error description: d: nt com Complus dtc dtc adme uiname.cpp: 8751 CmdLine: C: WINNT system32 msdtc.exe Pid:
|Event Information|| According to Microsoft:
This issue occurs when Windows Server 2003 unsuccessfully tries to configure Microsoft DTC Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MS Service) to use security settings in case of latency. This issue occurs when the Network Service Account is definitely in use by the DTC Master of Science service. The security settings for our own MS DTC service are stored in the following registry subkey:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Software Microsoft MSDTC
The Network Service account does not have sufficient privileges to convert security settings in the PC subkey.
The following steps will help you solve this problem.
1. Click Point Fire, on the control panelhover over Administration and then click Component Services.
2. Expand Component Services, right-click Computers, expand My Computer and select Properties.
3. Typically click the msdtc tab, then click Then click Security Configuration.
4. Under Security Options, write down the configuration and select the DTC Network Access checkbox.
6. Click “Yes”. When you receive the “Sticky” message:
MS DTC will be disabled and restarted. Based on this, all services are stopped. Please click to continue.
7. Click OK twice.
8. Click “Security Configuration” and then in the “Options” section specify the security settings that you initially configured.
———————————————– – ———– ————————————– – ———–The following newsgroup information is likely to be helpful:
This warning is logged after upgrading Windows Server 03 with SP1 installed to DC.
This warning is logged when dfs is not enabled or does not run the bypasspath:
Install the service pack you are looking for and always enable DFS.
Start the Component Services MMC snap-in: Start -> Administrative Tools -> Component Services … Select: Console Root -> Component Services -> My Computer -> Computer. click Quit MSDTC.
Then right-click My Computer again and click Launch MSDTC. Then restart MSDTC as a test (net stop msdtc && net focus on msdtc) and check the application event report. Warnings should no longer appear like they used to.
|Referral links|| Event ID 83258 from MSDTC source
Repeat the warnings that appear every time you restart a new AD DC
Application events after DC promotion to ensure you have W2K3
Immediately Recognize Potential Risks
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