Netlogon path problem

Posted on 2005-04-13
Last Modified: 2013-12-28
I have 3 DC's running a win2k domain and 2 DC netlogon path are in the sysvol folder but one DC netlogon path is C:\WINNT\system32\Repl\Import\Scripts. For this reason, whenever I do a change on a logon script, this one DC doesnt get the replication. How can I change the default netlogon path back to the sysvol domain folder. I tried recreating a netlogon share manually pointing to the sysvol folder  but it defaults back to the repl folder thereafter problably after I reboot.

Question by:vstav
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    You should post your question to the Windows 2000 forum  if my answer doesnt help:

    Look at;en-us;257338 to troubleshoot replication problems. You might need to do an non-authoritative restore on your misbehaving DC, depending on the outcome of your diagnostic, see;en-us;840674.

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