stop AD replication

Posted on 2008-02-11
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
WE deleted comuters from the Computer OU by mistake and would like to keep the replication from occuring in order to restore the AD on the on server without having to rejoin computers to the domain.
Question by:nelindstrom
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JimboEfx earned 500 total points
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Hello nelindstrom,

disabling replication:

Note there are many ways to recover the deleted objects:


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Expert Comment

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The safest way is either to do an authorative restore or take them out of the domain and add them back again.
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Expert Comment

ID: 20870836
i agree, disabling the replication is not the path to take, authorative restore is a guarranteed way of making sure all DC's get updated information

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