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4 windows 2000 servers have replication issues with one particular server. This server has event id 13568

How do i deal with replication issues relating to FRS.  I have 4 servers which are all DC's in an active directory setup.  Servers 1,3 and 4 have entries in the FRS log of event viewer with event id 13508 indicating replication problems with server 2.  
Server 2 has the same entries but also has an error with event id 13568 stating that the sysvol share is in:JRNL_Wrap_error.
From each server there is no problem broswing to the sysvol share on every other server, and connectivity between them is good.
There is a suggestion involving removing the computer from the replica set and then allowing it to resync, however before doign so I would apprecaite any advice on potential problems that may be encountered.
1 Solution
Here it is:

Journal Wrap Error
Open Regedit
Goto HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NTFRS\Parameters, click on the value “Enable Journal Wrap Automatic Restore”
If value does not exist, create a new DWORD value.
Set value to 1
Stop and restart File Replication Service in computer management | services
Check File Replication Service event log and wait for journal wrap error to be fixed.
Reset registry value of “Enable Journal Wrap Automatic Restore” to 0.

Good Luck,

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