[ID# 01899756] SureBackup fails on scripts (error 10060)
A key point here, in my opinion, is that when the SB job starts failing I try to log into the instant-recovered DC (created by the SB job) but I'm unable to do so because it says "There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request". This looks like the reason the role scripts fail. This does not happen on the "real" DC, where I can always log in with no problems.
Again, rebooting the "real" DC and waiting for another backup to be taken fixes the issue (for some time).
I did encounter the same findings.
- SureBackup 1 DC 2012 all FSMO roles + 1 Exchange 2010 server in one job.
This was running OK every Sunday but failed this last Sunday with script errors '10060'.
When trying again I could not logon on the DC in the SureBackup environment, keep getting 'there are no logon servers available to service the logon reguest' until failing the job.
These servers do not reboot often and due to this topic I tried the reboot thingy
(also this reboot was part of a maintenance window, updating Windows, ESX etc. but the reboot was there like the topic starter).
So if the conclusion is to reboot in time for a successfull SureBackup rises the following question:
- If you do not have SureBackup configured and do not reboot a DC in time, will the recovery of this DC more painfully?
- Why is this happening?