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I have added a batchfile to the the NETLOGON directory for some start-up scripts. The script is tiny in size.

I have waited hours for the files to be replicated to the other Domain Controllers but the files have yet to be replicated.

I have also run Repadmin /syncall. I have stopped and re-started the DFS service on the Domain Controller where I added the files. I have used replmon as well to force replication.

What else can I try to speed up the process?

I have Windows Server 2003 on a domain.

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Can you please try repadmin /syncall /APed and share the results with us? No replication errors? – Ryan Ries Feb 18 '13 at 13:29
Are the domain controllers in the same AD site? – joeqwerty Feb 18 '13 at 13:39
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I just had to be patient. It did eventually replicate. Thank for the assistance anyway.

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