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    Hi All

    Whenever there is a changes happens on my AD account in the domain controller its not getting replicated to client immedietly

    say for example when they add some group in the domain controller for my account it takes so much time to get it reflect on my account

    Is there any command i can force the replication from the domain client

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    Re: Enforcing AD Repication from Domain client

    Hi,

    It depends upon the replication schedule you have been the DC. It also depends upon where your DCs are placed intersite/intrasite

    You can either use replmon or repadmin /syncall to force replication. You need to install support tools for that.
    Thanks & Regards
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    • #3
      Re: Enforcing AD Repication from Domain client

      Log off and back on.

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      • #4
        Re: Enforcing AD Repication from Domain client

        group changes only take effect on logon from memory.

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        • #5
          Re: Enforcing AD Repication from Domain client

          Cmd line 'gpupdate /force' can push new policies down, but things like software installs and folder permission changes require a reboot or logoff/logon cycle, respectively.
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          • #6
            Re: Enforcing AD Repication from Domain client

            Originally posted by RicklesP View Post
            Cmd line 'gpupdate /force' can push new policies down, but things like software installs and folder permission changes require a reboot or logoff/logon cycle, respectively.
            gpupdate will only refresh group policies and not group memberships.

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            • #7
              Re: Enforcing AD Repication from Domain client

              It's all been covered, but i'll word it differently.

              If you're talking about changes to your specific user, such as group or permission changes, then you will need to log off and back on.

              If you're talking about policy changes, to either computer or user, then you can force policy with gpupdate /force (this may sometimes want you to rb anyway)

              if you're talking about a change not being replicated between one AD server and another, then you may need to look at ADSS and your replication times, paths and partners.
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              • #8
                Re: Enforcing AD Repication from Domain client

                As a rule of thumb, to ensure a client is fully up to date regarding policies, memberships etc, reboot it TWICE
                Tom Jones
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