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Posted on 2010-09-12
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I 2 domains with a Forest 2 way trust. Both server 2003 sp2.

Users can authenticate to other server and see users from different domain. But when i run replmon and click synchronize with replicate partner I get the error :


There was an error there was an error during queuing the synchronization. The error code was: ERROR_REPLICA_SYN_FAILED_REPLICATION_ACCESS_DENIED.

I have checked DNS and all is ok. I have confirmed netbios names appear ok

I am after some suggestions please
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What are you trying to check in terms of replication.  There is no replication between DCs in different forests.

Thanks

Mike
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I ran forest prep in domain and I want the schema to propogate to the second domain.
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are these domains in the same forest?  
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No different forests. You are spot on. My mistake
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a quick and correct response first time
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