File Replication of Sysvol after Citrix remapped drives

After using the citrix remap drives utility the File Replication Service thinks the sysvol is still on drive C: rather than its new location of U: and does not replicate with event 13539.

How do I tell the file replication service to use u: instead of c:?  are there complications that can result? looking for a safe and easy way to fix...

Thanks in advance,
rjRayesAsked:
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MSGeekCommented:
The following KB article outlines the procedure you are looking for: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;291823

I know of no consequnces to moving this other than cautions lited in the KB and :http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;265085
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rjRayesAuthor Commented:
Okay, easy question - where do i find the "adsiedit program"?
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night_monkeyCommented:
that utility is in the windows 2000 suppor tools.

read this article to learn more about the utilities contained in support tools, and to learn how to install them.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q301423
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MSGeekCommented:
Sorry for leaving that tidbit out, thanks Night_Monkey.
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night_monkeyCommented:
no prob. =)
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rjRayesAuthor Commented:
Also needed to deleted the FRS databases and related files otherwise when changes are made they are set back during the next replication to the original values which are apparently stored in the databases.
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MSGeekCommented:
Thanks rjRaves, glad I could help. You can set a registry key value to trigger them to reindex themselves.  MSGeek
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