Comments: Anonymous In my case, I got rid of this error by changing the IP address assigned to my computer. If you get this error, it pays to triple-check that all your basic network settings (e.g. The computer with the IP address 192.168.1.20 did not allow the name to be claimed by this computer.Event Xml: 4321 2 0 0x80000000000000 5900 System Janis WORKGROUP :1d 192.168.1.25 192.168.1.20 000000000400320000000000E11000C001010000010000C002000000000000000000000000000000 x 3 Anonymous This error was appearing on my Exchange Server. http://devstude.net/event-id/wmi-10-error-windows-7.php
There was still IP information in the registry bound to the NIC I had removed. iMac just got some real competition... [Apple] by HiVolt257. x 71 Anonymous In my case, I just disabled "lmhostlookup" in WINS (TCP/IP settings) and the problem was solved. I really need to stay out of there cause when I do I always try to fix things. website here
It looks like Janis the home premium wants to be Master Browser and I don't want that, I want the other one to be Master Browser. I added the WINS server in the network configuration and the problem was solved. x 78 GhentPC I fixed this error by adding the network address range to the Trusted Networks in the Norton Internet Security Firewall configuration settings. See MSW2KDB for additional information on this event.
x 81 Scott Stevenson I got this error with an incorrect subnet mask on a Windows 2003 Server. If this is your case too, there is nothing to worry about and you can ignore it (or disable one of the NICs). x 5 D.W. Netbt 4321 Windows 10 Event ID 4321 began after I brought the machine back up on the original NIC.
x 3 Anonymous In my case, I had created a new DC and for no apparent reason it started logging NetBT errors every few minutes. Netbt 4321 The Name 1d Adobe Flash Player security update - October 26, 2016 [Security] by chachazz254. The machine with the IP address
x 4 Susan Bradley NetBIOS code "0: - Upon performing a check of "nbtstat -an" at the server, it lists
I restarted the Browser service on both machines, and restarting it on the second domain controller seemed to do the trick. http://www.eventid.net/display-eventid-4321-source-NetBT-eventno-1822-phase-1.htm It turns out this was being caused by the Symantec Ghost that was installed. Event Id 4321 Windows 7 Custom search for *****: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? Event Id 4321 Server 2003 I followed another post on here from Joe Donner (many thanks by the way Joe) and restarted the browser service on the DC in question and the DC that was mentioned
Dyson vacuum ruining carpets or not good for carpet warranty [HomeImprovement] by HBuilder328273. this contact form x 92 Deivi Alan In my case, the primary WINS address was wrong on both NICs on the server. DNS seemed in order. home| search| account| evlog| eventreader| it admin tasks| tcp/ip ports| documents | contributors| about us Event ID/Source search Event ID: Event Source: Keyword search Example: The Name Could Not Be Registered On The Interface With Ip Address Windows 7
See example of private comment Links: How can I configure TCP/IP networking while NetBIOS is disabled in Windows 2000/XP/2003 Search: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo - EventID.Net Queue (0) We do not have WINS Server and I have found several scenarios like this on the net. I guess what I'm having is a Browser warI agree with yousaid by squid13:It looks like Janis the home premium wants to be Master Browser and I don't want that, I have a peek here Rate Changes 12/1/16 [OptimumOnline] by dm145416.
In the box Computer Name and/Domain Change Where it says member of, it has WORKGROUP selected. What Is Netbt x 104 Anonymous I began experiencing system (WinXP Home, SP2) crashes, and review of the event log revealed this error. Login here!
x 67 Anonymous I had installed a NIC temporarily for troubleshooting an unrelated problem. The WINS server was the server that would not allow the offending client to claim the address. As soon as I limited the forwarding to JUST the DHCP client requests, the error on the DC at the remote site ceased. Event Id 4321 Netbt Server 2012 I had just downloaded some photos from a digital camera, and I've noticed that one of the comments here described a similar problem.
What is a NetBIOS name? Each of the computers that had this error were trying to register themselves as the original computer on the network adapters. It turned out that I had to set the ip of the old server as the primary ip on the new server and only then I was able to join the Check This Out x 4 Steve Richardson This problem is directly related to DNS, and ME291382 deals with it.
x 29 Anonymous In my case, the server had a /8 (255.0.0.0) netmask while the other machines had /16 (255.555.0.0). Possible fake Xfinity secure wifi detected [ComcastXFINITY] by anon286. I removed the NIC without un-installing the drivers. I corrected them and restarted Computer Browser service.
In my case the Exchange server was in conflict with the PDC emulator role server for Domain Master Browser. You will also probably see Event ID 1054 messages in the application logs. Both tried to register on WINS domain with same name (my computer name) so this event was generated. The machine that "did not allow the name to be claimed" was another Windows 2003 Domain Controller.
I changed the server's mask to /16 (255.555.0.0) and the problem was solved. Fraser I received this message on an XP workstation with static IP and an incorrectly configured subnet mask. Concepts to understand: What does NetBT mean? I just read somewhere that if you have two Windows 7 computers networked the last one turned on will become the master browser. · actions · 2011-Jan-16 4:54 pm · wayjacMVMjoin:2001-12-22Indy
read more... The Dell server is connected to a Dell Powerconnect Switch. x 58 Anonymous In my case, cleaning WINS (duplicated IPs) & runing "nbtsat -r" on the affected server, followed by a restart of the server solved the problem. I set the Computer Browser Service to manual on the Exchange server, rebooted, and the event was gone.
In the box underneath it says WORKGROUP, is that right? The computers were imaged from one computer which originally had the problem. x 7 Matt Gibson This problem can occur on dualhomed SBS boxes if the external NIC is higher in the binding order than the internal NIC. x 2 Anonymous I had 2 NICs, (Ethernet + wireless).
x 77 Tom Johnson I received this event after installing a new router on a seven PC network running XP Pro with no server OS running. I guess what I'm having is a Browser war. I corrected the subnet mask, rebooted, and the error did not re-occur.