AD replication exceeded the tombstone lifetime

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What to do? (see attached picture)

Mike
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Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
Hi!

If PUBDC01 is your FSMO holder disconnect PUBDC02 from network, remove AD from PUBDC02 with "dcpromo /forceremoval", perform metadata cleanup on PUBDC01 and add PUBDC02 back as replica DC.

HTH

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snusgubbenCommented:
This is saying that it has been over 60 days since a successful replication has occured. PUBDC02 will not be replicated since it holds outdated data. You will have to remove it from your domain like toni says.


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