KCC detected problems with the following directory partition

Posted on 2014-07-29
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The Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC) has detected problems with the following directory partition
Question by:oscar_villarreal
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The above event is triggered when you have problems with AD replication, DNS name resolution
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Check if your AD replication is working across all domain controllers correctly
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yea, not really enough info to offer any advice really. could you advise more on the error, what you were doing and what your setup is?

without more info all I can say is you need to check the event viewer on the DCs to see if you can identify an issue with AD or FRS and use DCDIAG and other tools to investigate.

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