File Replication Service in Single DC Environment

Posted on 2006-04-24
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I have a single Windows Server 2003 domain controller running a domain and I'm having problems with the File Replication Service failing to replicate.  

I'm getting the following File Replication Errors in the Event Logs:


I do not have any other DC's online and since it's a small network I'm not really planning to add others any time soon.  Is it possible to fix this error or stop/disable the service in this single server environment?  Any feedback here would be greatly appreciated… thanks in advance.
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