Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi, While running any DFS commands(dfscmd) I am getting below error

System error 8341 has occurred.
A directory service error has occurred.

Also observed that there is a turquoise colored circle on problematic DFS root and there are no events in eventlog to find the issue.
Any one has idea what it indicates? also let me know how to enable debug logging for DFS.

Btw, my server is running with win2K3 SP2 R2.

Question by:deshaw
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    by:Zuhir Elgmati
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    this article is talking about time differences between client and server. But in my case, I am running the dfscmd commands from DFS target servers and there is no concept of client. However, I cross verified that my servers time is in sync.
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    please could you check this discuss carefully :  

    good luck

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