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Posted on 2006-07-17
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I have a question about AD Replication Monitor - I opened mine today and noticed that 2 of my servers indicate there status as of today 7/17 while two of my others indicate a status of 4/24/06. Is it normal for two of my servers to have such a currect replication status date and the others to be so old?
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did you force replication using replmon ?
what error or reason does it show for the particular partitions that are not replicating.
can you use other tools like repadmin /showreps from support tools to check when the two servers last sucessfully completed replication ?
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