Re: default dependency service not loading

Gregory W. Bondy ( (no email) )
Sat, 28 Jun 1997 00:42:28 -0500

Hmm... if I recall correctly, when we had that error it was
because RPC Configuration Service wasn't loaded. Check that out.

At 10:48 PM 6/27/97 -0500, you wrote:
>For the experts on three different list (Herb, are you there?):
>I tried to install DHCP services on a server today. It won't start up
>because a
>default dependency service is not loading.
>Server-01 was 3.51 until today. Server-02 was 3.51, upgraded to 4.0
>months ago.
>Server-01 is PDC. Server-02 is BDC.
>Server-01 has RAS, and is a gateway to a Cisco router. Server-02 is
>nothing but a file server.
>Server-01 was upgraded to NT 4.0 today. Then I installed DHCP services,
>fail to start up because the default dependency server NTLMSSP does not
>at boot.
>Thinking that maybe an upgrade should occur with DHCP already loaded, I
>re-loaded NT 4.0, and NTLMSSP still does not load. The ntlmspp.dll file
>is there,
>but there are no registry references to it.
>I checked Control Panel Services on Server-01, and the service is not
>I checked Control Panel Services on Server-02, and another server
>off-site, and
>NTLMSSP services are there. There are registriy references to ntlmssp.
>Why would a default service not load?
>How can I get this service to load so that DHCP will work?
>Thanks -- Ray
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