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AlwaysOn and error 1265


AlwaysOn and error 1265

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r.scott.maxwell
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I am attempting to set up an always on cluster on VMware for testing. setting up everything through the Failover cluster is fine, the trouble comes when I try to set up the AlwaysOn availability group. Whenever I attempt to specify a network location I receive the following error:

Operating System Error 1265(The system cannot contact a domain controller to service the authentication request. Please try again later.).



I looked up this error and most sites point towards a Windows 8 homegroup issue. Since this is a on a domain, I don't think it is relevant. I also added the service accounts from server A to Server B and visa versa. I even added the computer objects to its opposite partner. All to no avail.

I have attempted to use "Join Only" and do a manual copy. I get the same error. I'm at wit's end here. Any ideas?
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Most probably the issue is related to the Active Directory. You can engage your AD team for assistance.

WorkaroundOne of the work around for this issue is to use the IPAddress of the Machine where the n/w share is location.
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