Dsquery.exe user -inactive 4 | dsmod.exe user –mustchpwd yes
search-adaccount –accountinactive –timespan 30 –usersonly | set-aduser –changepasswordatlogon 1
wbadmin get versions
wbadmin start recovery -versions:<version identifier> -itemtype:app -items:AD -recoverytarget:<drive>
dsamain -dbpath <recovery folder>\ntds.dit -ldapPort 4321
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Log Name: DFS Replication
Date: 5/20/2009 10:54:56 AM
Event ID: 6804
Task Category: None
The DFS Replication service has detected that no connections are configured for replication group Domain System Volume. No data is being replicated for this replication group.
1. Logon to a writable DC in the affected forest as an Enterprise Admin.
2. Run DSSITE.MSC and navigate to an affected RODC within its site, down to the NTDS Settings object. There may be no connections listed here, or there may be manually created connections.
3. Create a new connection object. Ideally, it will be named the same as the default (ex: "RODC Connection (FRS)").
4. Edit that connection in ADSIEDIT.MSC or with DSSITE.MSC attribute editor tab. Navigate to the "Options" attribute and add the value of "0x40".
5. Create more connections using these steps as necessary.
6. Force AD replication outbound from this DC to the RODCs, or wait for convergence. When the DFSR service on the RODC sees these connections, SYSVOL will begin replicating again.
RT (NTDSCONN_OPT_RODC_TOPOLOGY, 0x00000040): The NTDSCONN_OPT_RODC_TOPOLOGY bit in the options attribute indicates whether the connection can be used for DRS replication [MS-DRDM]. When set, the connection should be ignored by DRS replication and used only by FRS replication.
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