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AD NTDS KCC error (Event ID: 1311)

Posted on 2004-03-23
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The Directory Service consistency checker has determined that there is not enough physical connectivity published via the Active Directory Sites and Services Manager to create a Spanning Tree connecting all the sites containing the Naming Context DC=mycorp,DC=com.

Please use the Active Directory Sites and Services Manager to do one of the following:
Publish sufficient site connectivity information such that the system can infer a route by which this Naming Context can reach this site. This option is preferred.

Add an ntdsConnection object to a Domain Controller that contains the Naming Context DC=mycorp,DC=com in this site from a Domain Controller that contains the same Naming Context in another site.

There is no clear explaination as to what I need to do to resolve this. I'm only new to Windows 2000, therefore I need a little guidance.

Nick.
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