This directory partition has not been backed up since at least the following number of days.

This directory partition has not been backed up since at least the following number of days.
 
Directory partition:
DC=DomainDnsZones,DC=automak,DC=com
 
'Backup latency interval' (days):
30
 
It is recommended that you take a backup as often as possible to recover from accidental loss of data. However if you haven't taken a backup since at least the 'backup latency interval' number of days, this message will be logged every day until a backup is taken. You can take a backup of any replica that holds this partition.
 
By default the 'Backup latency interval' is set to half the 'Tombstone Lifetime Interval'. If you want to change the default 'Backup latency interval', you could do so by adding the following registry key.
 
'Backup latency interval' (days) registry key:
System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NTDS\Parameters\Backup Latency Threshold (days)


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Glen KnightCommented:
Are you performing system state backups on your domain controllers?

If not you need to be.  This can be done with the built in backup tool and most if not all 3rd party products.
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i_harfoushAuthor Commented:
Do you mean I have to ntbackup the domain controller every period of time?
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Glen KnightCommented:
Yes, ensuring you select the system state backup option
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i_harfoushAuthor Commented:
and use it when the system crash?
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Glen KnightCommented:
If required yes.
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BawerCommented:
i think here the DCs are not replicating since it has nothing to do with Ntbackup..... can you check the replication happening between DCs....
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i_harfoushAuthor Commented:
it is oka, and both shared drive are exists for sysvol and logon
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Glen KnightCommented:
Why do you think it's not a backup issue!???

Author please read > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914034
clearly confirms what I have been saying
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i_harfoushAuthor Commented:
today evening I will do ntbackup for both DCs and check...
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thabashCommented:
I Advice you
to take the system state backup and the full drive C:
for both DC and not only the system state
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i_harfoushAuthor Commented:
10x
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