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Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) replication has the following dependencies: Network connectivity over the ports and protocols that are used by the ADDS service DNS name resolution to resolve the name of a replication partner to its IP address
Start Active Directory Sites and Services on the console of \\DC1. Right-click on \\DC1's inbound connection object from \\DC2 and note the "target account name is incorrect" replication error. DS RPC client logging Set NTDS\Diagnostics Loggings\DS RPC Client = 3. Trigger replication. Look for Task Category Event 1962 + 1963.
Active Directory attempted to communicate with the following global catalog and the attempts were unsuccessful. NTDS KCC. 1925. The attempt to establish a replication link for the following writable directory partition failed. NTDS KCC. 1926. The attempt to establish a replication link to a read-only directory partition with the following ...
Active Directory Replication Error 8452: "The naming context is in the process of being removed or is not replicated from the specified server."
In this mixed domain environment, Active Directory domain controllers replicate amongst themselves using the DS replication protocol, while the Active Directory PDC replicates to NT4 BDCs using the legacy netlogon replication protocol.
NTDS Replication 2094. Performance warning: replication was delayed while applying changes to the following object. If this message occurs frequently, it indicates that the replication is occurring slowly and that the server may have difficulty keeping up with changes.
How to force an authoritative and non-authoritative synchronization for DFSR-replicated SYSVOL (like "D4/D2" for FRS)
Force Active Directory replication throughout the domain. Run the following command from an elevated command prompt on the same servers that you set as non-authoritative: DFSRDIAG POLLAD. You will see Event ID 4614 and 4604 in the DFSR event log indicating SYSVOL has been initialized. That domain controller has now done a “D2” of SYSVOL.
Use the Active Directory Installation Wizard to demote and to repromote the domain controller. Confirm that inbound and outbound replication is occurring for the Active Directory directory service and for the SYSVOL tree. Use the Active Directory Installation Wizard to perform a network-based demotion of the DC1 domain controller.
Resolve Active Directory replication issues before you perform additional FRS troubleshooting. Use the Repadmin /showreps command to verify that Active Directory replication is occurring successfully. The Repadmin.exe tool is located in the Support\Tools folder on the Windows 2000 CD-ROM.
You promote a new domain controller into the forest by using the Active Directory Installation Wizard (Dcpromo.exe). Existing domain controllers replicate from source domain controllers that are connected over slow network links. The default value for the RPC Replication Timeout (mins) registry setting on Windows 2000-based computers is 45 minutes.