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sysvol dfsr folder is missing on to new domain controllers

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hi, i have recently setup two new domain controller and i have a old 2008 domain controller up and running.

the case is that the sysvol_DFSR folder is missing on the new servers and netlogon, sysvol is not shared.

how can i fix this`?
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Navdeep earned 500 total points
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Hi,

can you run dcdiag and netdiag and upload the logs. Also upload dcpromo.log it will be under c:\windows\debug folder.

Were there any issues when you performed dcpromo

if you open \\servername do you see sysvol folder

you can compare folder permission and share permission from a working 2008 Dc and apply the changes to broken ones

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installed file shareing role.
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