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SQL 2016 Replication Error Recovery

SQL Server 2016 Replication: in Replication Monitor one of my publications is in error status. I want to be *sure* not to reinitialize the subscription, I just want replication to start up where it left off.

Using Replication Monitor, if I right click on the publication that's in error and choose "start synchronizing," will replication simply pick up where it left off, or is there more that I need to know?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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