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Synching DC's in 2003 AD

Posted on 2004-08-12
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I know in NT 4.0 you use to go to Server manager to expedite changes or did a netsynch, but with AD what command or tool do you use to make changes replicate instantly?

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active directory sites and services - sites - default first site name - servers - Your Server - NTDS Settings- double-click where it says NTDS settings on the right window - right click automatically generated - Replicate Now
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active directory sites and services - sites - default first site name - servers - Your Server - NTDS Settings - right click "automatically generated" - hit Replicate Now

do this for all DC's listed under Servers
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