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    Sysvol replication problems

    Hi All

    I'm having few issues getting sysvol to replicate after I dcpromo a server 2008 machine into a 2003 domain, but having no problems with replication if I dcpromo another 2003 machine into the domain.

    I have noticed that the link folders within Sysvol (2008 machine) are incorrect, and folder linking path is incorrect, but 2003 is spot on. I've changed the paths using HardLinkShellExt_win32.exe, to rectify the link folder problem, but still no replication.....

    help, Any idea's?

    Thanks in advance

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    check your versions, the schema version must match

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    Hi Mcshammer,

    Thanks for the prompt reply, I have an Object-Version which is 47, not sure what it's supposed to be.

    Thanks
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    47 is the correct version number.

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    Hi Bio

    Any idea's why this would be an issue?, I thought the schema changes when you go through the dcpromo stuff. It seems weird, 2003 machines connect & replicate with no problems.

    Thanks again..

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    You don't happen to have a very large file in your netlogon folder do you? We did, which was preventing replication. Removal of the file solved the problem.

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    Most of the files are just scripts, nothing too big.

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    I was wondering if you have any eventid messages in the eventlogs ? please post them here so we can help further

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    Hi Bio

    the eventID codes are

    Directory Service - 1645,1925
    File replication - 13508, 13565

    yet no issues when installing another 2003 machine?

    Thanks again.

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