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AD User Logon information Synchronization

Posted on 2014-01-08
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Upgraded 2008 R2 PDC DC to Windows 2012 PDC DC.  All of the synchronizations and transfer of FSMO roles were successful however, none of the User logon information is accurate on the new PDC.  Is there a step I need to take to pull this information from the secondary DC to the PDC?
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Did you do an in place update on the 2008 R2 DC? Or did you create a brand new 2012 server and promote to a DC? make sure that you have the correct date and time for the clients and also on your PDC. Is your PDC still pointing to an external time source? Did your Time Zone settings change after the upgrade? Is there anything in the event log which shows errors or anything?

Run: w32tm /resync
- flush the logs and see if user accounts have the correct time stamp.

Will.
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