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  • Replication failing ( dns issue? )

    Hi ,

    I've got two servers( 2003) that now aren't talking to each other (replicating AD):
    Child domain & Additional Child Domain that disconnected from main domain


    When I replicte them from site & services the following text appear :

    In dc1 computer :

    NTDS Setting From dc 2 in dc1's link name
    The following error occured during the attempt to contact the domain contorller dc2:
    Access is denied

    NTDS Setting From dc 1 in dc2's link name

    The following error occured during the attempt to synchronize naming context configuration from domain controller dc2 to domain controller 1:
    Logon Failure : The target account name is incorrect
    This opperatin was not contine .


    In dc2 computer:

    NTDS Setting From dc 1 in dc2's link name

    The following error occured during the attempt to contact the domain contorller dc1:
    The RPC server is unavailable .


    NTDS Setting From dc 2 in dc1's link name
    Active Derictory has replicated the connections


    Can you help me ?
    Thanks.


  • #2
    Re: Replication failing ( dns issue? )

    Originally posted by jeana View Post
    & Additional Child Domain that disconnected from main domain
    What does that mean?
    cheers
    Andy

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    • #3
      Re: Replication failing ( dns issue? )

      Have you checked to see if your DNS is setup correctly after removing the one domain...? If you use the Manage your server wizard, you can manage DNS and look in the DNS event viewer for clues...

      Can you ping one domain controller from the other? Check firewall settings...?

      Good Luck... we can move forward after these questions are answered...

      debonairone

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      • #4
        Re: Replication failing ( dns issue? )

        Thank you very much
        I found it ,
        "The Clock time between two machines were skewed "

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        • #5
          Re: Replication failing ( dns issue? )

          Originally posted by jeana View Post
          Thank you very much
          I found it ,
          "The Clock time between two machines were skewed "
          This is not such a simple problem. All domain members are, by default, time synchronised automatically with the PDC Emulator. If this is not working, it needs investigating...


          Tom
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            Question

            Your post rocks!

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            • #7
              Re: Replication failing ( dns issue? )

              Originally posted by Stonelaughter View Post
              This is not such a simple problem. All domain members are, by default, time synchronised automatically with the PDC Emulator. If this is not working, it needs investigating...
              This may have been caused by the Daylight Savings patch (from the various countries changing their normal daylight time) not being applied to both servers. Happened to a plonker I know in OZ and no, the plonker was not me (this time).
              1 1 was a racehorse.
              2 2 was 1 2.
              1 1 1 1 race 1 day,
              2 2 1 1 2

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