Event ID 1083 and 1955 in the directory log on server 2003

This seems to be ongoing without any service impact but noticed that mainly administrator account and one service group Solve Techs gets with the error 1083.

I have tried to search for duplicates administrator entries none found. Also tried to run repadmin /show replication that came clean. This happen form time to time and event is logged like 2-4 times a day.
Also was checking to account lockout but that doesn't seem to be an issue.

Environment is server 2003 standard both DC's seems to replicating fine except that warning.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
If your replication is working correctly verifying with repadmin /replsum and repadmin /showrepl, then this is something you shouldn't be concerned about. I would also recommend running dcdiag /v to ensure that all is good.

You can also refer to the following social technet which also illustrates in more detail.

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dtech39Author Commented:
I have checked that all good with replication no errors on repadmin at all. Ddciag passes fine too.
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Excellent, as stated in the article it is most likely due to object collision while replicating. This can happen at times. I wouldn't be too concerned about it.

dtech39Author Commented:
Well adjusted the delay and replication time and seems that taken care of the messages.


dtech39Author Commented:
I gues spoken to early. Seems the messages are back. The only account affected its seems to be administrator. Anyway all the replications and other tests passes without issues.
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