2) Blamed on the migration process.
1. Download FRSDIAG .
2. Install it on PDC Emulator.
3. Create a file called FRSCANARYTEST.TXT in the \\domain\sysvol\domain path
4. Verify there are no other TXT files in this location.
5. Allow the file enough time to replicate to all DC's in the domain (you need to have an understanding of what expected SYSVOL replication time is in your environment – it could be several days in severely latent networks).
6. Run FRSDIAG and click Browse under 'Target Servers' - add all DC's in that domain.
7. Click: Tools -> Propagation File Tracer
8. Change the path to <your fqdn domain>\*.txt
9. Set 'Expected number of hits' to 1 .
10. Click GO .
11. Examine results to verify all servers return green, status done, results passed. If not, examine the failed servers directly – are there errors in the server details tab in FRSDIAG, the FRS event logs and is SYSVOL shared out?
1. Start DFSMGMT.MSC.
2. Expand Replication -> Domain System Volume
3. Select 'Create Diagnostic Report'
4. Select 'Propagation Test'
5. Select SYSVOL Share, select the PDCE as the propagation server, click Next.
6. Select Create and Close. Wait as long as it should take for your replication convergence to occur (only you can know this for your environment)
7. Select 'Create Diagnostic Report'
8. Select 'Propagation Report'
9. Select SYSVOL Share, select the PDCE as the propagation server, click Next.
10. Create and Close.
11. Open the propagation report when prompted and verify file replicated to all
And lookee lookee:
Pretty slick. It told us where we replicated from, to which DC’s, and how long it took. If the propagation file had not yet shown up yet or there had been errors, we’d see them here.
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