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If a DC crashed and was offline for a while, it's perfectly fine for a server (or any domain computer, really) to complain about its unavailability; that's especially true if you only have one DC (which you really shouldn't). Since one of the protocols user by domain computers to talk to DCs is RPC, you will see several "RPC server is unavailable" ...


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Easiest way... Disable and Enable the Account :)


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Sorry for grave-digging this, but after two hours fighting to restore the Internet access of Windows machine that's connected to Ubuntu OpenVPN server, just found what's working for me (hope for others too): [Windows 8.1 x64 and Ubuntu Server 20.04] On the Windows machine first go to Network and Sharing Center, right-click on you main NIC (in my case a WiFi ...


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I've had some success mapping the network shares using their IP address instead of using the server name. It only fails twice a month instead of every other day. It's not a fix but at least people can work for a few days without calling helpdesk. If Windows lets you, you should rollback to 1909 or 1903 while you get rid of your Windows Server 2003 machines. ...


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A Microsoft KB article sheds some light here. Basically the server service starts before the iscsi one, hence for not restoring the shares. Luckily the KB article explains how to change that behaviour for shares to persist.


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