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Event ID: 1029 Source: VirtualServer

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Description
The service principal name for the VMRC server could not be registered. Automatic authentication will always use NTLM authentication. Error <error code> - <error description>
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Error: 0x8007054b  - The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted. - You may receive this error message if no domain controller is available to the computer running Virtual Server.

Error 0x80004005  - Unspecified error - You may receive this error message if no domain controller is available to the computer running Virtual Server.
Error: 0x80072098 - Insufficient access rights to perform the operation. - Neither the solutions posted worked for me (Windows 2003 SP1 and Virtual Server 2005 R2). Whenever the Virtual Server service started, it always tried to re-write the service principle names it needed. To really fix it, I had to follow the ADSIEDIT instructions but instead of adding the values, I hit the Security tab next to Attribute Editor, then added the "NETWORK SERVICE" and give it Read and "Validated write to service principal name" rights.
0x80072098 - Insufficient access rights to perform the operation. - The solution in ME890893 did not work for me. Granting the permission "Validate write to service principal name" for CN=Servername with ADSI Edit solved the problem.
0x80072098 - Insufficient access rights to perform the operation. - See ME890893.
Note: Manually editing SPNs in ADSIEdit did not work for me. Using setspn as described in the bottom part of the article worked (use the port listed in Server Properties -> VMRC Server).
Alternatively, grant the Network Service account write permissions in ADSIEdit.

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