The published RPC service %1 cannot be reached.

Details
Product: Internet Security and Acceleration Server
Event ID: 20021
Source: Microsoft Firewall
Version: 4.0.3443.594
Component: ISA Server Services
Message: The published RPC service %1 cannot be reached.
   
Explanation
The RPC filter generates this alert when an RPC client tries to access the RPC server from or via ISA Server and the RPC server port mapper is not available. The alert parameters specify the sockaddr structure of the unreachable RPC server. RPC calls to the specified RPC server will not be served by the RPC filter in ISA Server.
The RPC server may be unavailable for the following reasons:
The RPC server is not available.There is no connectivity to the RPC server, due to network problems or wrong routing information.The RPC service does not use a port mapper to establish connection.The RPC server is not compliant with the RPC protocol.RPC traffic is blocked by a firewall.
   
User Action
Verify connectivity to the RPC server from the ISA Server computer.Check that the RPC server and the RPC service are up and running. (Best practice is to use local RPC client on the server).Check the routing table on the RPC client, on the ISA Server computer, and on the RPC server.Verify that traffic between the client and server can pass through ISA Server.

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The DNS server could not initialize the remote procedure call (RPC) service. If it is not running, start the RPC service or reboot the computer. For specific error code, see the Record Data page.

Details
Product: Windows Operating System
Event ID: 140
Source: DNS
Version: 5.0
Symbolic Name: DNS_EVENT_RPC_SERVER_INIT_FAILED
Message: The DNS server could not initialize the remote procedure call (RPC) service. If it is not running, start the RPC service or reboot the computer. For specific error code, see the Record Data page.
   
Explanation

In order for DNS to run, the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service must be running on the DNS server.

   
User Action

Verify that the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service has been started: Open Administrative Tools, and double-click Services. If the service has been started, try restarting your computer.

If you continue to receive this message, remove and reinstall the RPC Configuration service by using the Services tab network connection in Network and Dial-up Connections in Control Panel.

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