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Event ID 5014 DFSR Error: 1726 (The remote procedure call failed.)

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Dear Team,

We have a replication of DFSR between our HO and Branch. suddenly our branch office server restarted(Windows server 2012) after that we are getting RPC error.Now Folder are not replicating

Head office server is Windows 2003 R2
DFSR.docx
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Any errors on the branch server?  Reason it rebooted?
Check system, application, and security event logs on branch server for errors beginning shortly before reboot to after dfsr errors began at hq
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Hello
In branch server also we are getting same errors RPC Error.

Power failure is the reason for Server rebooted.

and please find the attached log after the system reboot.
 after running
wmic /namespace:\\root\microsoftdfs path dfsrVolumeConfig where volumeGuid="687EA1C6-FBAC-47D1-8AB1-B499C5F2CAAC" call ResumeReplication

we are getting RPC error
Remote-Server-DFS-Log.docx
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Any updates?
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Did you use a Windows-aware backup program to backup the files on the remote server?  If not, you need to do so before running the recommended WMIC command.
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please find the attached result for
NETSTAT –ANOBP TCP
 on primary member server
NETSTAT--ANOBP-TCP.docx
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It worked after recreating the dfsr
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