Moving from FRS to DFSR - missed a step

Missed the first step (dfsrmig /CreateGlobalObjects) and went through dfsrmig /setglobalstate 1 - 3. When I run dfsrmig /getglobalstate I get Current DFSR global state: 'Eliminated' Succeeded. net share shows NETLOGON as C:\Windows\SYSVOL\sysvol\valpreda.local\SCRIPTS and SYSVOL as C:\Windows\SYSVOL\sysvol. I do not have a SYSVOL_DFSR folder.

File Replication service is stopped and disabled.

Am I screwed?
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEOCommented:
Here are the correct steps

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/filecab/2014/06/25/streamlined-migration-of-frs-to-dfsr-sysvol/

just go like this:
Dfsrmig /setglobalstate 1
Dfsrmig /getmigrationstate
#All domain controllers have migrated successfully and then go to global 2
Dfsrmig /setglobalstate 2
Dfsrmig /getmigrationstate
#wait until succeed then go to step 3
Dfsrmig /setglobalstate 3
Dfsrmig /getmigrationstate

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There you go :) so that you're just fine I think.

You skipped like 2 steps, go one by one.
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mvalpredaAuthor Commented:
Dfsrmig /setglobalstate 1

Current DFSR global state: 'Eliminated'
New DFSR global state: 'Prepared'
Invalid state change requested.
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mvalpredaAuthor Commented:
I may be getting worked up over nothing. Not sure why I don't have a SYSVOL_DFSR....but I see 'Domain System Volume' in DFS management.

I think I'm okay.
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEOCommented:
Ok, I think you're ok as well.
All you need to know is here:
https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/qzaidi/2012/01/16/quickly-explained-migrate-your-sysvol-replication-from-frs-to-dfsr/
and it's explained in the  the "Aditional references in here"

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd640019(v=ws.10).aspx
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LearnctxEngineerCommented:
may be getting worked up over nothing. Not sure why I don't have a SYSVOL_DFSR....but I see 'Domain System Volume' in DFS management.

Who perfrmend your FRS -> DFSR migration? If it was before your time, then only DC's which were originally running FRS at the time of migration will have a SYSVOL_DFSR folder. DC's promoted since SYSVOL was upgraded from FRS to DFSR will have the normal SYSVOL directory.
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