Windows Application Errors 1058 and 1030
Narrowing down the cause of these errors is best performed by attempting known resolutions until the problem is solved. After a resolution is attempted, it can be tested by forcing the task that triggers the event with the cmd command "gpupdate /force". Each of the bulleted resolutions below are not necessarily related to each other.
- From a command prompt run the command "dfsutil /PurgeMupCache" .The domain policy sysvol uses DFS. This utility flushes the sharepaths.
- Check that the Server Service is running.
- Cycle the W32 Time Service.
- Make sure that the GPO file exists either by navigating to the specified path or by searching the provided GUID in the registry.
- Make sure that the system group has the right security privileges for the GPO file.
- If the DC has 800xA installed, refresh the RNRP hosts file. If it does not have 800xA test DNS via cmd command "nslookup".
- Run cmd command "dcdiag" to test a series of functionalities.
- Make sure that the NIC binding orders are correct; e.g. primary client/server first, redundant client/server second.
- Check that File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks is checked in the NIC adapter settings.
- Disable active NICs that are not connected to an ethernet cable.
- Check that C:\windows\SYSVOL\sysvol\<domain name>\scripts allows read acces to the group "Everyone".