Active Directory Replication

Posted on 2009-12-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I have setup two Windows 2008 Domain controllers one in Missouri and one in New Jersey.  I am trying to get them to replicate over a VPN which is also going through an ISA 2004 firewall.  I have run DCDIAG and it states that it cannot replicate and the firewall is capturing a bunch of RPC errors.  I have a site to site VPN going through the ISA and my question is there something I need to configure on the ISA to allow RPC through
Question by:jlepre
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    Accepted Solution

    Have you checked to see whether the firewall is blocking any traffic?

    Author Closing Comment

    Unchecked all filters for RPC when trying to replicate
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    Glad it worked :)

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