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Active directory replication is taking longer than expected when starting the AD sync from SBS 2003 to new hardware sbs 2008. Looking in the event viewer there is an event id 3355 sql server does not exist or access denied, also 7002 default group policy object can not be created.
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I fixed this by changing the DNS on the source server to the ip address of the new sbs 2008.
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