new additional DC 2012r2 missing Netlogon & Sysvol Share

Hi Guys,
I have setup an additional domain controller (server 2012r2)  to an existing Domain (server 2012) when I run DC Diag on the new DC I get error 2 errors below..  everything else is fine… the NETLOGON & SYSVOL folder is missing… however on the old DC – dcdiag runs fine / I can see the netlogon & sysvol folder.  
i have ran repadmin /replsum - repadmin /showrepl - both DC's all ok no errors.....
on the new DC - i cannot find share \\DC02\netlogon or \sysvol  
Does this take time to replicate (i set this up yesterday)?  all fsmo roles are still on the original DC 2012


Default-First-Site-Name\DC02
      Starting test: Advertising
         Warning: DsGetDcName returned information for \\DC01, when
         we were trying to reach DC02.
         SERVER IS NOT RESPONDING or IS NOT CONSIDERED SUITABLE.
         ......................... DC02 failed test Advertising


Unable to connect to the NETLOGON share! (\\DC02\netlogon) [DC02] An net use or LsaPolicy operation failed with error 67, Win32 Error 67.     ......................... DC02 failed test NetLogons
jag bAsked:
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jag bAuthor Commented:
thanks- just had a look at that and reading other articles around it
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
A few specific things:
Can you connect from one DC to the other, e.g. browse from dc01 you can browse \\dc02\c$ and vice versa?
Can you ping one DC from the other?
Both DCs are showing correctly in DNS and are found via an nslookup?
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
Also check out the DFS-Replication status and run tests from the DFS Management console.
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jag bAuthor Commented:
browsing to shares \\DC02\c$ - all fine and vice versa... pinging all ok / nslookup all ok - its strange.... i dont know if it would be easier to demote the server and start again? server does not hold no fsmo roles
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
Check in DFS Management, you can run replication tests from there.
You could also do (try!) a non-authoritative restore: http://blogs.technet.com/b/thbouche/archive/2013/08/28/dfsr-sysvol-authoritative-non-authoritative-restore-powershell-functions.aspx
But yes, if you've only just promoted it, might be worth trying a demote/promote.
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jag bAuthor Commented:
robincm - going to follow this first https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2958414 
see how it goes
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
Good find! Not sure how I missed that one! Good luck, hope it works!
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jag bAuthor Commented:
robincm - just resolved this - many thanks for your assistance - i saw event ID on my primary dc 2213 - and then ran:
wmic /namespace:\\root\microsoftdfs path dfsrVolumeConfig where volumeGuid="D10E478F-4482-11E3-93E7-806E6F6E6963" call ResumeReplication

this has all worked now
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
Great :-)
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jag bAuthor Commented:
resolved from the fix i found
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