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DCDiag Error

DCDiag Error

DCDiag Error

(OP)
I downloaded and installed the DCDiag tool on a Windows 2000 DC.  I received the following error:
 
dcdiag.exe - Entry Point Not Found
 
The procedure entry point DsIsMangledDnW could not be located in the dynamic link library NTDSAPI.dll.
 
Can you tell me what I need to do to work around this error?  I tried loading it on the DC and also on a stand alone 2000 server with the same results.  Both servers are Windows 2000 Server, SP3.

Anybody else seen this before?

Thanks!
Mike

RE: DCDiag Error

Use DCDIAG from Support Tools (from CD).
Is an older version and is working.

Gia Betiu
giabetiu@chello.nl
Computer Eng. CNE 4, CNE 5, MCSE Win2K

RE: DCDiag Error

(OP)
That worked! Sure would be nice if the tools on the web site worked!

Thanks for the help!
Mike

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