Active Directory

Hi,

I have two Domain controller in the office. My question is if the user got lockout from his domain account will does it shows on both Active Directory?

thanks,
JessIT2013Asked:
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MaheshConnect With a Mentor ArchitectCommented:
Yes

Every activity is getting replicated to both domain controllers as they are using replica of domain directory partitons

Mahesh
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BusbarConnect With a Mentor Solutions ArchitectCommented:
of course, because DCs will replicate this between each others
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JessIT2013Author Commented:
i guessed I have a problem with our DC because it is not replicating. how do i fix this please? thanks.
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
Open cmd on both DCs and run below command and post the output here

repadmin /showrepl
dcdiag /q
ipconfig /all


So that we can troubleshoot further

Mahesh
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JessIT2013Author Commented:
Hi Mahesh,

Please see attached as requested.
DC1.txt
DC2.txt
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
Ok
Logs showing that replication is happening properly and TCP/IP properties also correct

Please run below command on both DCs and check if sysvol and netlogon are there as shared folders and let me know.

Run below command on both DCs with cmd and post output here
repadmin /syncall

Also check in active directory sites and services if you can manually trigger the replication successfully ?
Check "Initiating Replication Using the Sites and Services Manager Snap-in" section in below article to trigger replication manually.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/232072

Mahesh
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