• Check out http://www.eventid.net/ and enter in those error codes. That should help you progress further. Check that your SSL’s are okay. Maybe check Windows core functionality like time. Ensure you have the right timezone and have correct time across your environment.

  • Check out http://www.eventid.net/ and enter in those error codes. That should help you progress further. Check that your SSL’s are okay. Maybe check Windows core functionality like time. Ensure you have the right timezone and have correct time across your environment.

  • Oladimeji Ogundele

    Hi Lucian Franghiu. I have checked the environment and the AD and DNS health seems okay. However I get errors on the event ids event 364,111,365,1000 and I also get the error “Troubleshooting Fedpassive request failures with AD FS 2.0”. What could be the possible resolution. Thanks

  • Oladimeji Ogundele

    Hi Lucian Franghiu. I have checked the environment and the AD and DNS health seems okay. However I get errors on the event ids event 364,111,365,1000 and I also get the error “Troubleshooting Fedpassive request failures with AD FS 2.0”. What could be the possible resolution. Thanks

  • Oladimeji Ogundele

    Ok thanks. I will just do that and get back to you

  • Hi mate, check ADDS and run every cmd to ensure that the health is 100%. Run repadmin, dcdiag etc and ensure ADDS has no issues. Id look into networking between your AD FS environment and its nearest DCs (within the same site) and connectivity between those DC’s and where they are replicating to or replicating from. Check DNS and ensure theres no DNS issues.
    From there, look into the AD FS logs, server logs etc.
    In my experience with this error though, it was always ADDS related. Focus on ADDS health and integrity if you feel the AD FS environment is 100%.

  • Oladimeji Ogundele

    Hi Lucian. I ran into your blog after experiencing the same error you blogged about. However, there are no dead dcs in our environment and I have done a lot of troubleshooting but didnt make any headway. What are the other possible causes?

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