A problem while validating the state of active directory

Schema passed test Check SDRef Dom Starting test: Cross Ref Validation .........................Schema passed test Cross Ref Validation Running partition tests on : Configuration Starting test: Check SDRef Dom .........................They should give you further troubleshooting info that is specific to your environment.With hosted Exchange email deployment chatter increasing daily, it's crucial to separate fact from fiction when it comes to security and reliability.Make certain that the account you are executing Setup with has the correct permissions required both to configure Exchange at a domain level on the local server.If you are running Setup from the command line (setup.com), make sure that the CMD instance is “Run as” an administrator, even if the account is considered a local admin.I am installing Exchange 2010 on a 2008 standard Server platform.The server has been installed as a member server and has been in place for 4 week with no issues. it is a member of the domain(single domain) 64bit with NAV 10.x installed. The DC has DHCP & DNS as well as "AD" roles and has been in please for 8 months with no issues I am now installing Exchange 2010 on the member server.

Forest Dns Zones passed test Cross Ref Validation Running partition tests on : Domain Dns Zones Starting test: Check SDRef Dom .........................

2: The exchange server is configured to use the DC as it's DNS server & there are no others 3: The DC is only configured to use itself as DNS. DC-Server failed test Connectivity Doing primary tests Testing server: Default-First-Site-Name\DC-Server Skipping all tests, because server DC-Server is not responding to directory service requests.

4: IPv6 is has NOT been Disabled on either server 5: The Exchange server CAN Ping the DC via its FQDN & Netbios names........ Doing initial required tests Testing server: Default-First-Site-Name\DC could not be resolved to an IP address. Running partition tests on : Forest Dns Zones Starting test: Check SDRef Dom .........................

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I'm running my first setup of Exchange 2010 in my domain. My Forest and Domain functional level is Windows 2008. Finding the name of the root of the AD forest..found LDAP query to speficied LDAP server on TCP port 389 failed Server Down LDAP query to speficied LDAP server on TCP port 389 failed LDAP server specified appears to be down Specify a different LDAP server and run the command again 4.

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