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DNS Client Service Status

Updated: November 25, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Domain Name System (DNS) is a protocol that makes it possible for a computer to obtain the numeric IP address of another computer by submitting the target computer's name to a DNS server computer. The DNS Client service sends requests for name resolution services to DNS servers. Problems with the DNS Client service can prevent a network computer from locating other network computers.

Events

Event ID Source Message

11000

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because it failed to load the DLL %2, Error: %1.

11001

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because it could not find the entry point %3 in the DLL %2.

11002

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because the system could not register a service control handler, possibly because there are no more available system resources. Close any applications that are not in use, or restart the computer. Try to restart the service and then check Event Viewer for new related errors. For specific error code information, see the record data below.

11003

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because the system could not create a termination event for this service, possibly because there are no more available system resources. Close any applications that are not in use, or restart the computer. Try to restart to service and then check Event Viewer for new related errors. For specific error code information, see the record data below.

11004

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) interface failed to start for this service. To correct the problem, restart the RPC and DNS client services by typing the following commands at a command prompt:

net start rpc
net start dnscache.

For specific error code information, see the record data below.

11005

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because the system could not register shutdown notification for this service, possibly because there are no more available system resources. Close any applications that are not in use, or restart the computer. Try to restart to service and then check Event Viewer for new related errors.

11006

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because the Service Control Manager could not be updated. To correct the problem, restart the RPC and DNS client services by typing the following commands at a command prompt:

net start rpc
net start dnscache.

For specific error code information, see the record data below.

11007

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not start because the system failed to allocate enough memory and may be out of available memory. Try closing any applications that are not in use, or restart the computer. For the specific error code, see the record data below.

11050

DnsApi

The DNS Client service could not contact any DNS servers after repeated attempts. To avoid further network performance problems, the DNS Client service will not use the network for %3 seconds, after which it will resume its normal behavior. If this problem persists, check that this computer is configured to use a preferred (and possibly an alternate) DNS server. If the problem continues after you have configured the computer to use a DNS server, verify that the DNS server can be accessed, or contact your network administrator.

11051

DnsApi

The DNS Client service failed to reach the DNS server at address %1. The DNS Client service will not use this DNS server for %2 seconds.

Related Management Information

DNS Client

DNS Infrastructure

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