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Anna_Ushakova
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At least one DC is currently disconnected

Hi.

Check Point cannot connect with one of the domain controllers. Controller is currently in another subnetwork, but permitting policies are created and there is ping from this controller. That could be the problem? Thanks.

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Alessandro_Marr
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permissions needs on DC

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Jerry
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routing or layer-2 vlans Smiley Happy

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Alessandro_Marr
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check:

- Routing DC to Gateway and Gateway to DC

- on DC if your WMI service is ok (restart this service if possible)

Anna_Ushakova
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DC was rebooted.  there is still no connection.

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Anna_Ushakova
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adlog a dc command shows  "WMI permission error"

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Alessandro_Marr
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permissions needs on DC

Anna_Ushakova
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Alessandro_Marr
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the last prints on DC are about WMI properties... 

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