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    Empty Netlogon Share on one DC

    Ok I need I second opinion on this...

    We have three 2012 DC's. Two physical and one virtual. On some clients (not all) the virtual DC's netlogon share is there but empty. It seems to be related to error 5719 on the client which is a netlogon service authentication delay (due to our Cisco STP). However, even when this error occurs the other two DCs both show their netlogon shares without a problem. Why??!! I could understand it if they all showed blank netlogon shares. The virtual DC isn't any FSMO roles just a normal DC with Global Catalog. DNS resolutions all fine.

    We have scripts in our netlogon shares and any user using the virtual DC isn't running those scripts due to this error. It's very client specific in that it's not all PC's. They have no common NIC or other hardware, very random.

    Any ideas??


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