FRS replication Error# 13562

We recently had our Active Directory have a serious issue, so we did an authoritative restore on one(Daffy) of our 2 DC's.  That DC seems to be working perfectly except for the FRS error below.  It has "recreated" the sysvol and netlogon shares by itself and seems to be working how it's suppose to.  From what I've found on FRS is if there's a major error, it just stops, so I'm assuming because of the error below our authoritative AD restore is being "hung up" on that server and the AD syncing that should happen after the restore aren't going through because FRS keeps dieing.

Network/Server background:
2 Official DCs-1 in our main office and one in a remote office connected with a 512K VPN.  The one in the remote office is where we did the AD restore. Since things broke we attempted to promote another 2003 server to a DC in hopes it would "magically" work like sometimes it seems like AD does.  We are in Windows Server 2003 mode for both our forest and domain levels and only have the one domain of harley.glenmac.

Any help would be greatly appreciated and just let me know what other info anyone needs.


Event Type:      Warning
Event Source:      NtFrs
Event Category:      None
Event ID:      13562
Date:            11/18/2004
Time:            9:58:41 AM
User:            N/A
Computer:      DAFFY
Following is the summary of warnings and errors encountered by File Replication Service while polling the Domain Controller daffy.Harley.Glenmac for FRS replica set configuration information.
 The nTFRSSubscriber object cn=hei_documents,cn=hei_documents,cn=d67ac3a9-235b-4bdd-9978-9a0d8ed57dfd,cn=dfs volumes,cn=ntfrs subscriptions,cn=daffy,ou=domain controllers,dc=harley,dc=glenmac has a invalid value for the attribute frsMemberReference.
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thiebAuthor Commented:
I ended up finding a way to use ADSIedit to fix this issue then we had to re-initialize the sysvol with an authoritative restore.  Everything it up and working completely again.
thiebAuthor Commented:
Moderators, please close this question, but please give partial credit to WeHe.  It didn't answer our question, but it did get us close to the right spot.
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