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  • Error 1722 Secondary DC

    Hi everyone im sorry in advice for my english i dont't speack very well

    Anyway i have some issue about Active Directory Replicate from PDC to Secondary DC, the DC is Locate to different site and is talking with a VPN IPSEC Site-To-Site.

    The name of the forest is TEST.LOCAL the primary DC is SRVBO and Secondary is SRVRN.

    Running DCDIAG on Secondary i have thi error: "1722 Server RPC non avaiable"

    I Attend you reply thanks in advance

  • #2
    Check both DCs can resolve each other by NetBIOS name and FQDN - I have sometimes had to use a ROUTE ADD to get the other site to resolve - do it at both ends
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    • #3
      Yes both DC Resolve NETBIOS and FQDN, so who is the next step? thanks


      • #4
        Do you have a firewall in between your servers that could be blocking communication?


        • #5

          No The Firewall not Blocking Comunication i think, anyway today i try to create a new user in Active Directory Domain Services in Secondary DC and after couple of second i connect to the Primary DC and the user has replicate too, and after i create user in PDC and also the secondary has the user too, so this is means the Replicate of Active Directory is WORK between the tho DC, right??

          So i Don't Understand Because i have Error 1722 Server RPC Not Avaiable running DCDIAG on Secondary DC, if replicate WORK fine seems, What do you think about?

          Thanks in advance.


          • #6
            Have you seen this troubleshooting article from Microsoft:
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