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Is there a way in Windows 2008 or 2003 DC to know which computer joined a domain, date and time of junction and which computer left a domain ?

Is there an easy way in Windows 2008 and 2003 to check that replication between different DCs is OK and working properly?

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For Joining the domain look for event 3620 in the security event log
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repadmin is another great utility,  repadmin /showreps in particular
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thank you
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