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Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, Replication Problems in Technical; Hi My 2 DC's are not replicating, lovely! i am getting this in the event log Outbound replication has been ...
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    Replication Problems

    Hi

    My 2 DC's are not replicating, lovely!

    i am getting this in the event log

    Outbound replication has been disabled by the user.
    Event ID: 1115
    I haven't disabled it, not sure how its got this way. Any ideas how to get it moving again please?

    I am running Windows Server 2008 & Windows Server 2003 DC's

    Thanks in advance

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    all sorted now used this site

    Disabling AD Replication - blog.scottlowe.org - The weblog of an IT pro specializing in virtualization, storage, and servers

    Does anyone know how it managed to disbale itself?

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    Try using the MS Replication Diganosis Tools, it can be downloaded from:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...DisplayLang=en

    Let me know how it goes, please also check that your replication process hasn't crashed and just needs re-starting.

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    I've had it whereby the File Replication Service has stopped, but not become disabled.

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    Replication will also be stopped during backup, so if it happens at this time the event is normal, although it should begin again after the system state is finished.

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    Replication seems to be running and so does the file replication service. The AD seems to be replicating just fine. Now sysvol isn't playing, when i put i new script in netlogon it is not replicating over to the other DC even after a few hours.

    I can't see anything in the event log, has anyone got any suggestions?

    Thanks.

    Z

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    I have used this before:

    http://www.microsoft.com/DOWNLOADS/d...displaylang=en

    Tells you a lot of info on the replication status etc. It also tells you about stuff that doesn't come up in the event log and provides a good explanation! It does need a MSDE instance though.

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    You can manually force a replication, does this help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH View Post
    I have used this before:

    Download details: Ultrasound - Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tool for File Replication Service (FRS)

    Tells you a lot of info on the replication status etc. It also tells you about stuff that doesn't come up in the event log and provides a good explanation! It does need a MSDE instance though.
    Thanks will give that a go

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    You can manually force a replication, does this help?
    First thing i tried, thanks

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    Your NETLOGON service didn't pause as well did it?

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    You could always reboot both servers if you haven't already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrPerceptron View Post
    Your NETLOGON service didn't pause as well did it?
    It was paused a few days ago i started it back up again


    Done a reboot

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    Did you fix the problem that caused it to pause? =)

    replication hates usnRollbacks (which usually cause netlogon to pause....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrPerceptron View Post
    Did you fix the problem that caused it to pause? =)

    replication hates usnRollbacks (which usually cause netlogon to pause....)
    I couldn't find why it was like that i just started it again.

    What do i do to get it working?

    Many thanks

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    Not sure on that one, when ours paused through an epic config fail (by me :P) there were events logged somewhere as NTDS General ID 2103 (?)

    We fixed ours forcing a repl from a good DC to the bad DC and it's been very happy since (after fixing my config mishap :P (helps if you get the third to replicate!))

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