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DFS Problem - SONAR errors - please explain

Posted on 2008-06-26
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I am having some problems with DFS replication on 2 DCs.

I have installed Microsoft's diagnostic utility SONAR, but I need somebody to help understand what the different error conditions mean, and how to troubleshoot and resolve them.

The 2 error conditions that I can see are these:

106 Sharing Violations against SERVER02
1 ExcessiveReplication against SERVER02

Your help on this would be most appreciated.  

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I know nothing of SONAR. But I do know of FRS, that is used to replicate files from one DC to another.
Can you look at DCdiag and Netdiag report to show me what the errors we need to track down adn fix.

Also look in event logs for FRS errors.
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I have solved the problem in another way.

Many thanks for your initial input.
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