event 13576, NtFrs


I recently added another dc 2008 R2 on one of our sites, i re-used same old DC name that has been demoted long time ago. after dcpromo this new server, i got error Event 13576 NtFrs pretty much every 24 hours. I can only see this error in this DC, i did not see this error on my other DC.

If i remember correctly, we used to have SHAREPOINTS namespace back in windows 2003 DC, Then i did some research and found below article to remove orphaned dfs namespace, I was able to follow instructions and remove that orphaned namespace. but this error event 13576 is still there every morning. Anyone have idea how to troubleshoot / resolve this issue? thank you,



Event 13576
Replication of the content set "SHAREPOINTS" has been blocked because use of the File Replication Service for replication of non-SYSVOL content sets has been deprecated. The DFS Replication service is recommended for replication of folders, the SYSVOL share on domain controllers and DFS link targets.
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Did you fully remove the old DC before re-adding the new server?

When I say fully remove I mean, full metadata clean up using NTDSUTIL and DNS record removal....
seanpolimAuthor Commented:
I did dcpromo to removed old windows 2003 DC. it has been a long time, i forgot if i did NTDSUTIL or not, but when i checked ntds and dns record, old server record was already gone.  how do we check if I remove it correctly?
To be honest it would be difficult to tell if the DC has been recreated with the same name.

I assume that DFS-R is fine and that the SYSVOL replication isn't having any issues?  If it isn't then it could just be a legacy warning related to FRS that can be ignored

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seanpolimAuthor Commented:
yes, the sysvol is working just fine, i have not try DFS-R yet. i will try it during this weekend. thanks
seanpolimAuthor Commented:
I found out that I did not removed that old server Computer object. I ended up demote new dc, unjoined domain, then go to ADUC to delete the Computer object. then re-joined domain, re-dcpromo with the same name, but now I think the system create a brand new computer object (instead of using old one). that solve my error issue, I no longer see that event error.

thank you,
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