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Hi
I have noticed my sysvol is not going from my main DC to my secondar DC.
I got error 13568 the good ol wrap message a lot of people seem to get.
However i have a question
I see many articles about changing the reg key to either d2/d4 to do a restore.
What one do i use... here is my topology.
DC1 is the main and i make all my GP changes here. It is not replicating sysvol to DC2.
DC2 is my backup server per say. Its sysvol is old.
However i ran many replication/dns tests and everything is fine, just seemed like this sysvol is my prob and not something else in AD that i can see.
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Could you post results from DCDIAG from DC1 & DC2
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both servers report no errors from their dcdiag.
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yup i have that object in adsi edit.
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frsdiag tell you anything?
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never used that let me go see how it works. thanks.,
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so without the even viewer being coutned it passed the tests.
It fails when i include the event viewer because of

The File Replication Service has detected that the replica set "DOMAIN SYSTEM VOLUME (SYSVOL SHARE)" is in JRNL_WRAP_ERROR.
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Greg once i run all this it seems my times dont match on the folders in the sysvol shares should it be exactly the same?
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Not necessarily.

What is event viewer telling you?  you should see events related to FRS replication status
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it acts like its all fine and dandy but none of my changes ever appear on the other DC. Also a policy i made last week does not work now, oh boy!
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good thing i backed it up right greg haha.
So i just deleted everything from the polic folder on the live sysvol share and i saw it remove it from the other DC. Ok... then i moved all of my policies from my backup back into the sysvol share on the main dc and they went right over to the backup. Guess i will keep messing around with editing the actual gp and seeing if they change on the other server. thanks greg.
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