Kccevent errors + Domain controller

hello experts
i have a seriuos issue with one of the domain controller that i integrate in a domain a couple of weeks ago . the  DC is a win 2k12 R2 . first of all i had a starnge phenomenom all the servers that i integrate in the domain after this second domain controller after 2 days there was a  access denied at the logon

and when i checked i discover that the new domain controller does not have the server among the machine in the domain while the first one has the account then i started suspected a replication problem . i ran the test dcdiag on the faulty  DC and i have Kccerros . please can you help me to solve this issue?
gazambeyIT CONSULTANTAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Going to need some more info. Can you attach the DCdiag Log? What are the events that are showing on this DC specifically?

If this DC has absolutely no replication to it you might of had a bad DCPROMO on this machine. It might be quicker to demote the DC and re-promote it again ensuring that DNS is working properly.


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