Mike

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asked Best way to introduce a new 2008R2 Domain Controller into a Domain to replace an existing 2003 DC
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comment New Domain controller is having trouble replicating from an existing DC, 13508 Event ID for FRS
Your suggestions led me in the right direction, I started looking into the error on DC-02 and turns out I needed to do a non-authoritative restore of the replica sets on that machine, then a 13509 was logged on DC-04 indicating replication was enabled from DC-02 to DC-04. For anyone looking at this post with the same problem, this is what I did: support.microsoft.com/kb/290762
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accepted New Domain controller is having trouble replicating from an existing DC, 13508 Event ID for FRS
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comment New Domain controller is having trouble replicating from an existing DC, 13508 Event ID for FRS
I can also see the DC's SRV records in DNS, The server's object in AD also has NTDS-settings, SYSVOL is present on DC-04 and shows up in the net share command, netdiag doesn't work on 2008R2 apparently so I couldn't try those, but dcdiag-replications and dcdiag-netlogons passed successfully - Any idea about that event logged on DC-02? I got the 13516 on DC-04 but it still appears replication is not working despite that.
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comment New Domain controller is having trouble replicating from an existing DC, 13508 Event ID for FRS
Thanks Cheekaleak, here are my results: verified that each DC has a correct IP address and can be pinged by name from DC-02 to DC-04 and vice versa. So that ensures DNS settings are ok I assume? Restarted NetLogon and FRS Service on both machines. On DC-02 I got what I think is my best lead in the event log - Event 13568 "The FRS Service has detected that the replica set DOMAIN SYSTEM VOLUME (SYSVOL SHARE) is in JRNL_WRAP_ERROR" - On DC-04 I got 13516 that FRS is no longer preventing DC-04 from being a DC, and another 13508 that there is trouble replicating from dc-02 to dc-04
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comment New Domain controller is having trouble replicating from an existing DC, 13508 Event ID for FRS
Yup, all DC's are in that OU, and if I go to Properties > Security Tab > Advanced for all of them I see that the box for "include inheritable permissions from this objects parent" is checked
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comment New Domain controller is having trouble replicating from an existing DC, 13508 Event ID for FRS
I tried that command with DC-02 in place of DC-03, since DC-02 is where I am having trouble replicating from. The results were: Local Comp name: DC-04 ReplicaSetGuid: (null) CxtionGuid:(null) Is it bad that those two are null?
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comment New Domain controller is having trouble replicating from an existing DC, 13508 Event ID for FRS
Thanks Greg. It already seems to be replicating fine from DC-03 to DC-04. So what will this command accomplish? I need it to replicate from DC-02 to DC-04 which is where the problem is. Am I missing something?
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comment Best way to back up a domain controller before upgrading it from 2003 to 2008 OS?
Great, thanks a lot. I appreciate the help
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comment Best way to back up a domain controller before upgrading it from 2003 to 2008 OS?
Thanks again for all your help, a couple last things I think I understand but just want to clarify: Since I cannot "upgrade" x86 to x64, does this mean I will be choosing the "Custom" install option from the windows installation media, deleting any of the drives, and installing the OS fresh? and Also, to demote the DC's before I reinstall the OS, do I just run DCPROMO and uninstall AD DS? or is there more to it?