Active Directory Replication Status Tool - License Expiring

MVP

I need to use the Active Directory Replication Status Tool.
I always have to uninstall and install when I need to use it that bothers me.

The message tells version to download a new version, but the link always takes version 1.1.

Download Active Directory Replication Status Tool from Official Microsoft Download Center

 

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After removing and installing it works. But it already informs the expiry date of the application.

 

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I found several posts related to this problem, but no solution.

I would like an official answer from Microsoft what actually happened with this product.

 
15 Replies
The licence file in the msi package has not been renewed.
Therefore, a new installation does not work.

Yes, thats correct with the licence File!

Unfortenatly, i dont see any way at the moment to use this tool.

 

I'm sad :(

Hi @Gabriel Luiz, How are you today? We have the same problem with the Active Directory Replication status tool - License Expired. Do you have the solution from Microsoft already ?

No, unfortunately not. Still no new package to download.

--> https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30005
Date Published: 3/8/2021
today i have downloaded latest version, its showing licence date 01-07-2022;
do we have another option to take multi forest-child replication status view.

@Dave Patrick I am curious if you have heard any feedback from Microsoft?  

Any news, what is to be used if this does not work?
Back to repadmin.exe
They fixed it. I have downloaded the file today and it's working again,
Great , sure its working now, Thanks Microsoft team, this is Handy tool
Thank you Microsoft for fixing this, just in time when we need it :)
I opened a case with our Premier support who escalated it. Its been resolved now and there is a new version up as of a few days ago with a valid certificate.

Thanks
Branden
Hello branden, thanks for your help. This issue trigger whenever the certificate expires - I wish Microsoft would simply remove it entirely in the future.