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    DFS error

    Ok ive had to completely recreate the DFS replication between our 10 DCs today due to some major issues with it

    Remaking it appears to have gone well, 9 of the DCs are fine without any errors and sailing smooth, the other DC has the replicated folder, is replicating ok, but still gets an error in the diagnostic report of:

    PDC (1 error) (View Server Details)
    Cannot access the local WMI repository.
    Every other DC has gone fine, PDC was selected to be the primary replicant (and the DC the DFS was set up on)

    I'm literally learning this as i go along as i havent done alot with DFS/FRS before now, there are no errors in the event log worth a second look, all errors seem to have stopped since setting this up

    Any ideas?

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    Try running DCDIAG to see if anything shows up. You should also check DNS settings. Good luck!

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