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HELP! Checking Active Directory Out bout replication issue

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Hello,

I ran ADRAP and in the report it states that somes DC have there Out bout replication  disabled.
The thing is when i try to verify by typing in the command prompt :

repadmin /options - DISABLE_OUTBOUND_REPL
in order to enable Outbound replication, i get the message error :

Repadmin can't connect to a "home server", because of the following error.  Try
specifying a different
home server with /homeserver:[dns name]
Error: An LDAP lookup operation failed with the following error:

    LDAP Error 81(0x51): Server Down
    Server Win32 Error 0(0x0):
    Extended Information:

Thanks for your help
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by:Mike Kline
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Are you running that on the server you want to enable replication on?  Can you run repadmin /showreps or /showrepl on that server?

Are you seeing any DNS errors issues on that box?    Did you run the adrap tool alone or do you have a PFE there on site with you?

Thanks

Mike
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by:AMATERASOU
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I'm running that on the server I want to enable replication on
I ran ADRAP alone. I already did with the PFE the first time

When i run repadmin /showreps or /showrepl on that server i have no error :-(

THX
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Manjunath Sullad earned 1000 total points
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Run dcdiag command and check whether you are getting any error in dcdiag report.

Please go through below link to know more about dcdiag

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc731968.aspx
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