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    We have one root domain and one child domain...using Intrasite replication

    We are planning to control replication by using Intersite replication...

    When I move one DC from one site to new Site...

    My DC hangs and some system file get ntoskrnl, ntdetect,,,

    Both DC are well connected....

    Shall I have to disconnect them before before moving to a new site...????

  • #2
    Re: Site problem

    Are you saying that your DC will not boot up at the new site? Or are you able to boot up, but still having issues once the server is live at the new location?

    Also, how are the 2 sites connected to each other?
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    • #3
      Re: Site problem


      There are couple of things that you need to know before you change the replication topology.

      Like Change in Subnet, binding the site dc with the correct subnet, DNS.

      More over when you say you want to control the replication bw both the dc. Can you elobrate on the replication thing and what kind of replication you want to control as such there will only be configuration and schema changes propagated, Forest wide DNS.
      and yes how both the sites are connected.
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      • #4
        Re: Site problem

        Our two locations are connected with Frame relay links...

        Please clear my doubts if both locations are connected with a fast link...Will it make any sense to use two sites for managing and scheduling replication time....

        Why do we create a new site in AD site n services ???

        I am doubtful about that because I have never implemented such a scenario....


        • #5
          Re: Site problem

          Are both the sites on the same subnet?


          • #6
            Re: Site problem

            no...they are using different subnets


            • #7
              Re: Site problem

              I would configure sites in AD Sites and Services then. It tends to be used for minimising AD replication and ensuring it happens at pre-determined times with other sites. If it is a fast connection, I believe you can have more than 1 subnet allocated to a site but don't quote me on that one. You can see if it permits you to. I always allocate 1 subnet per AD site.