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NTDC KCC Errors

Event ID 1311
Source: NTDS  KCC

KCC detected problems with the following directory partition:

CN=configuration,DC=bank,DC=domain,DC=com

There is insufficient site connectivity information in A.D. Sites and serevices for the KCC to create a spanning tree replication topology. Or, one or more domain controllers with this directory partition are unable to replicate the directory partition information. Propblem is probably due to inaccessable Domain Controllers

The user action it states is to go into Sites and servicesand perform the following:

-publish insufficiant site connectivity information
-add connection object

did both... nothing still......

I did the following as well

dcdiag /test:connectivity - passed

went into replmon, all replicating fine......

not sure what else to do...... suggestions???

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brettschwartzunibank
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Ross42Commented:
Did you remove any Global catalogs recently?

How big of a domain is this? I've seen issues with overloaded bridgeheads during heavy replication periods...

This page http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc740252%28WS.10%29.aspx contains some good basic step by step troubleshooting as well.
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brettschwartzunibankAuthor Commented:
yes.... this server was removed........ and once it was rebooted, I renamed the machine and did a dc promo up onthe machine (but onto a different domain....... I will look at that white paper.....
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brettschwartzunibankAuthor Commented:
not helpful
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