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Event ID: 16397 Source: NfsClnt

Windows(R) Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) failed a request to connect to Active Directory Domain Services(R) for Windows user <XX\ServerService>.

  Without the corresponding UNIX identity of the Windows user the user cannot access Network File System (NFS) shared resources.

  Verify that the Windows user is in Active Directory Domain Services and has access permissions.
This warning showed up in pairs every half hour. Problem was that I had NFS enabled and unconfigured on my server. Since I don't have any UNIX clients on my network, I uninstalled NFS (Server Manager -> File Server -> Remove Role Services) and the warning went away.
A user experienced this problem on computers with Backup Exec DLO Administration Service installed (Backup Exec Desktop Laptop Option). Stopping the service would cause the error to disappear. The suggestion was to uninstall and reinstall the Backup Exec DLO license: "Go to Tools -> Install Options and license Keys on this Media server -> Next -> Uncheck DLO -> Next -> Install"

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