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So, in the end the only thing that worked was turning off the Windows Firewall Private Profile. Before doing this, we modified settings (including disabling NetBIOS) so that there was no traffic being dropped (in that profile), so that having the profile off was pretty much the same as having it on. We monitored for several days before and after to be sure ...


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Event Log Readers builtin domain local group usually works for vanilla access using tools such as Event Viewer. You may want to check your security log (with auditing enabled) to confirm the identity that is actually failing access. In some cases, this may be the Network Service well-known identity. You may be able to add this to the Event Log Readers ...


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Problem solved. DFSR was in fact not healthy. It was not a WMI problem. The server had experienced a dirty shutdown, and DFSR stopped replicating because of it. Restarting replication on the affected volume with wmic /namespace:\\root\microsoftdfs path dfsrVolumeConfig where volumeGuid="DC8EEE19-97E2-4E26-8AAD-CF1235B8DCCC" call ResumeReplication ...



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