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Replication Errors on new DC

Posted on 2011-02-14
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I installed Windows 2003 R2 SP2 on a new server to to use at a remote location. I made it a DC, DNS, GC, and DHCP. I added a new site on the main DC in sites and services and associated a subnet with it. I brought the server to the remote location and installed it. In the event viewer I am seeing event ID 1272, 1862 and 2093. When I intially installed it at the main location I used a different IP. When I brought to the site I changed the IP. Any sugestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Shaik M. Sajid earned 500 total points
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once you change the IP.
If you have Sites setup, make sure you manually move the server to the new
Site in AD Sites and Services.

Then rename the netlogon.bak and netlogon.dns file in the system32\config
folder.
Then run in a command prompt:
ipconfig /registerdns
net stop netlogon
net start netlogon

If DHCP is on it, then change the DHCP Scope and options to reflect the new
subnet.
If WINS is installed on it, make sure you change the WINS address to itself.

That should be useful.

and change the DNS  A record entry in dns server...
as well as reverse lookupzone too...


all the best

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Thanks for the info. I see netlogon.dns but I do not see netlogon.bak. I see netlogon.dnb and netlogon.ftl but no .bak
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