## Warning - Netware Novice ##
My primary DNS server is at Branch 1 with a 1.0 subnet. Another server, at
Branch 6 - 6.0 subnet was the victim of a failed server migration and as a
result has invalid NDS, DNS, DHCP, etc. objects.

Yesterday I ran DNIPINST -r on the BR6 server to remove the bad
reference(s). I then attempted to run DNIPINST on the Branch 6 server. I
could not figure out the Locator Object NDS Context, so I failed to
recreate the required references.

Shortly after this action I noticed errors on my Branch 1 server
indicating critical: Unable to read locator reference from NCP Server. I
started investigating this. This morning DHCP stopped. I attempted to
unload and reload DHCPSRVR but got a critical stop on another service. I
rebooted the server.

Here is the error
Loading module DHCPSRVR.NLM

DHCP Server

Version 3.13.08 November 30, 2005

Copyright (C) 1991-2005 Novell, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Module DHCPSRVR.NLM load status OK

SERVER-5.70-1: Loading Initiated at 1-3-2008 10:42:21 am.

SERVER-5.70-77: None of the configured DHCP Server objects contain a NCP
reference for the file server that is attempting to load DHCPSRVR.NLM.

SERVER-5.70-67: DHCPSRVR is ready for Remote Access support at 1-3-2008

No LAN based IP address assignment is possible.

I have One tree. I am trying to understand the "Locator object NDS
context" so that I can re-extend the schema and assign a good reference.