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  • File replication service

    I'm getting the following error on multiple servers

    The file replication is having trouble enabling replication from Server1 to server2 c:\winnt\sysvol\domain using DNS name DOMAIN_NAME. FRS will keep retrtying.

    Server1 is always the same of on the error message.

    Can someone please tell me how this can be fixed.

    Thank you,.

  • #2
    Is the AD replication to/from server1 working ?
    Use replmon (support tools) or repadmin.exe to check replication.
    Guy Teverovsky
    "Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface"


    • #3
      active directory replication

      yes, the active directory server is working. Server1 is actually is a spare servers, and server2 is the one with active directory running, which is working properly.


      • #4
        Error Message

        Following is the error message, I hope someone can help me out.

        Event Type: Warning
        Event Source: NtFrs
        Event Category: None
        Event ID: 13508
        Date: 11/16/2004
        Time: 6:48:34 PM
        Computer: SERVER2

        The File Replication Service is having trouble enabling replication from SERVER1 to SERVER2 for c:\winnt\sysvol\domain using the DNS name FRS will keep retrying.
        Following are some of the reasons you would see this warning.

        [1] FRS can not correctly resolve the DNS name from this computer.
        [2] FRS is not running on
        [3] The topology information in the Active Directory for this replica has not yet replicated to all the Domain Controllers.

        This event log message will appear once per connection, After the problem is fixed you will see another event log message indicating that the connection has been established.


        • #5
          did server1 use to be a DC ?
          Guy Teverovsky
          "Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface"