Error validating name joining domain

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LOCAL), result: 6940 [ 1937] Could not find Windows SID 'S-1-5-21-1131981276-2882716370-3949356162-512' [ 1944] Deleted existing account 'CN=FILE02, CN=Computers, DC=gym-hksb, DC=local' Error: command failed: Failed to create the Active Directory machine account "FILE02". ping to Domain successfultime zone on Domain and Netapp correct Any idea to solve this?

Hello, I have an Apache installation on Ubuntu Trusty with a previous certificate made with openssl. Because there are now a few websites on the host, I did tried to remove openssl and installed certbot, but can't obtain an vaild certificate with certbot --apache.

Despite what this event says, the computer is not necessarily a domain controller; member servers and workstations also log this event for logon attempts with local SAM accounts.

When a domain controller successfully authenticates a user via NTLM (instead of Kerberos), the DC logs this event.

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Enter Administrator's password:[2014/04/01 , 0] libads/sasl.c:819(ads_sasl_spnego_bind)kinit succeeded but ads_sasl_spnego_krb5_bind failed: Unspecified GSS failure.

Meanwhile my search will go on, and of course I'll leave my solution here if I find one by myself. The problem here is Certbot failed to configure Apache to pass the domain validation challenges required by Let's Encrypt.Success: Resolved '*********' address: *** Success: Resolved '*********' address: *** Checking DNS resolution of AD Server(s)' full computer name(s)...Success: Resolved '*******' address: ***** Success: Resolved '*******' address: ***** Validating configured Active Directory Domain...This should point to a valid FQDN of the domain Name Vserver State Domains Servers--------------- --------- ----------------------------------- ----------------cl1 enabled gym-hksb.local .1, .3nas enabled gym-hksb.local .1, .32 entries were displayed.

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