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Server Crash

Server Crash

Server Crash

Guys hope someone can help me out here.

I have a Hyper-v running SBS2011 and another 2008 DC. The SBS VM blue screened with unmountable_boot_Volume after a day of trying unsuccessfully to resolve that we decided to use a VHD that we originally created when we moved the SBS box to new hardware around 4 months ago.

The server boots and all functionality of the SBS box seems to be OK. However i can not browse any network shares from this box or connect to it via unc path etc. I can ping any thing on the network and ping it from any pc/server on the network. OWA etc is working but Outlook will not connect.

I ran nltest /SC_QUERY:domain name and get the following - I_NetLogonControl failed: Status = 1355 0x54b ERROR_NO_SUCH_DOMAIN
I ran repadmin /replsum and get the below

Source DSA largest delta fails/total %% error
GW2K8 >60 days 5 / 5 100 (2148074274) The target principal name is incorrect.

Destination DSA largest delta fails/total %% error
GOOD-SBS01 >60 days 5 / 5 100 (2148074274) The target principal name is incorrect.

Experienced the following operational errors trying to retrieve replication information:
8341 - GW2K8.Goodhand.local

Any ideas on a resoution? i'm sure the issue is because the VM that is now booted has been "offline" for a while.

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