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Getting DCdiag error servername has as not finished promoting to be a gc. check the event log for domains that cannot be replicated.

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Getting DCdiag error servername has as not finished promoting to be a gc. check the event log for domains that cannot be replicated.
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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You should check to make sure that your active directory is healthy before promoting a domain controller. Use the commands below to ensure replication is functioning properly...
-repadmin /replsum
-repadmin /showrepl
-repadmin /bridgeheads

DCdiag /V

You can also reference the link below for additional steps to correct DC issues like the one you are experiencing.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc961811.aspx

Will.
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THank you. It took time to resolve this error. Your commands helped
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