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Troubleshooting steps in Active directory site and services

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Hi Experts,

                          We are in a single domain single forest environment. Can anyone send me the some of troubleshooting procedures in Active directory sites and services. Please send me command errors will be faced in Active directory sites and services.
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dcdiag, repadmin, and the event logs are going to be the main tools for troubleshooting a lot of your AD problems.  

SO repadmin /showrepl   repadmin /replsummary for example to verify replication.  There are a lot of switches for repadmin and there is a whitepaper just on that tool alone.

repadmin /kcc is a good one for sites http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc742173(WS.10).aspx

Thanks


Mike
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If you're on server 2003 netdiag is another good one.  
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by:Sandeshdubey
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You can also force the replication by running below command and see if there is any errors.
repadmin /syncall /AdeP
You can also ran repadmin /replsum which will show the replication summary status.
You can also ran dcdiag /q  and netdiag /q to check for errors.

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