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ADAM Replication after ADAM Server Restored from Backup

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We have 3 ADAM Servers and had to restore one.  We are getting replication issues as "The source server is currently rejecting replication requests."  I just removed the restored server out of our load balancer pool and disabled the NIC (they are all VMs).  Will the other two ADAM Servers start to replication again after a period of time since the offending server has effectively been removed?  Or is there a document I need to follow to enable replication again?

Also, what is the process to get the 3rd server (that was restored) back to a consistent state with the other two?  Should I just remove ADAM from it and re-install or go into a recovery type mode so it will take the current "good" ADAM data and replace its own?

I have found articles for this process for Active Directory, but not much is specific to ADAM.  Please post with instructions for ADAM specifically.  Thanks for your help!
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It looks like the first 2 ADAM Servers are syncing.  I just need to get the last one (with the USN rollback) working again.
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I will be going through an ADAM Uninstall with our "offending" server or a metadata cleanup if that will not work.  Then we will create a new ADAM Server as a replacement.
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