I have a Windows GUI Server and Windows Core Server.
On GUI Server, adding the Core Server via Add Servers gives a Target Resolution Error.
And sometimes also Kerberos Security Error.
I have tried the following on both the GUI Server and Core Server:
- Disable Firewall
- Powershell > EnablePSRemoting
- Powershell > Configure SMRemoting.exe -Enable
- Powershell > Set-Item wsman:\localhost\Client\Trustedhosts [Name of Server] -Concatenate -Force
- Powershell > New-ItemProperty -Name LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy -path HKLM:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System -PropertyType DWORD -value 1
I also tried "ipconfig /flushdns", remove the Core Server and then add it again.
Can someone please help me with this Error message?
Both Servers are on the same subnet/network.
After the Core Server has joined the domain of the Domain Controller, and then adding the Core Server via Add Servers; there are no errors.
But after promoting the Core Server to a Child Domain, on the GUI Server; it first says that it has no Access to the OS, then Kerberos Security Error and then Target Resolution Error.
Both Servers are Virtual Machines (VMware Workstation / Learning Environment)