Replication Error in DC

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Jorge Nunes - Europa Filmes

I have several problem at Replication of Domain Controller, I use a repadmin
tool to see replication and I encounter problem on my servers with special
attention to old server. He need remove from Domain, but I have problem with
this task.

I past the result with repadmin

My scenery
ServerA - Windows 2000 Server he´s old server with DC, GC, FSMO function and
I need remove
ServerB - Windows 2003 Server It´s the actual DC, GC e FSMO
ServerC - Windows 2003 Server DC too and I use at others functions
ServerD - Windows 2000 Server It´s old Backup Server DC, this machine has
motherboard problem
ServerE - Windows 2000 Server He was temporay backup server with the Server
functions but today it´s a Windows 2003 Server and are not DC

Anyone have suggestion about this problem

Thanks


Default-First-Site-Name\serverA
DC Options: (none)
Site Options: (none)
DC object GUID: c42b4cf5-eff4-4bde-a0a8-9b1bf16919d2
DC invocationID: c42b4cf5-eff4-4bde-a0a8-9b1bf16919d2
==== INBOUND NEIGHBORS ======================================
CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=meudominio,DC=com,DC=br
Default-First-Site-Name\serverE
DEL:2d3af04f-e461-4149-96b0-1e0ed8f889df (deleted DSA) via RPC
DC object GUID: f5b25867-7f5a-423a-a508-2c6e2b79a2f7
Default-First-Site-Name\serverD
DEL:d1d0b309-92d9-449f-a776-64bc8fafea73 (deleted DSA) via RPC
DC object GUID: 773144c2-acdd-426e-bf74-d193abc98409
Default-First-Site-Name\serverB via RPC
DC object GUID: cd4bb9e6-1ecb-4469-822c-d76e0c6478c5
Last attempt @ 2006-03-07 08:59:43 was successful.
Default-First-Site-Name\serverC via RPC
DC object GUID: 49fae7a9-ecf8-4b85-b257-a9f5fce07cf8
Last attempt @ 2006-03-07 09:23:16 was successful.

CN=Configuration,DC=meudominio,DC=com,DC=br
Default-First-Site-Name\serverE
DEL:2d3af04f-e461-4149-96b0-1e0ed8f889df (deleted DSA) via RPC
DC object GUID: f5b25867-7f5a-423a-a508-2c6e2b79a2f7
Default-First-Site-Name\serverD
DEL:d1d0b309-92d9-449f-a776-64bc8fafea73 (deleted DSA) via RPC
DC object GUID: 773144c2-acdd-426e-bf74-d193abc98409
Default-First-Site-Name\serverB via RPC
DC object GUID: cd4bb9e6-1ecb-4469-822c-d76e0c6478c5
Last attempt @ 2006-03-07 09:39:30 was successful.
Default-First-Site-Name\serverC via RPC
DC object GUID: 49fae7a9-ecf8-4b85-b257-a9f5fce07cf8
Last attempt @ 2006-03-07 09:39:46 was successful.
DC=meudominio,DC=com,DC=br
Default-First-Site-Name\serverE
DEL:2d3af04f-e461-4149-96b0-1e0ed8f889df (deleted DSA) via RPC
DC object GUID: f5b25867-7f5a-423a-a508-2c6e2b79a2f7
Default-First-Site-Name\serverD
DEL:d1d0b309-92d9-449f-a776-64bc8fafea73 (deleted DSA) via RPC
DC object GUID: 773144c2-acdd-426e-bf74-d193abc98409
Default-First-Site-Name\serverC via RPC
DC object GUID: 49fae7a9-ecf8-4b85-b257-a9f5fce07cf8
Last attempt @ 2006-03-07 09:23:16 was successful.
Default-First-Site-Name\serverB via RPC
DC object GUID: cd4bb9e6-1ecb-4469-822c-d76e0c6478c5
Last attempt @ 2006-03-07 09:47:17 was successful


Jorge Nunes
Support Analyst
São Paulo / Brazil
 
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Ace Fekay [MVP]

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Jorge Nunes - Europa Filmes said:
I have several problem at Replication of Domain Controller, I use a
repadmin tool to see replication and I encounter problem on my
servers with special attention to old server. He need remove from
Domain, but I have problem with this task.

I past the result with repadmin

My scenery
ServerA - Windows 2000 Server he´s old server with DC, GC, FSMO
function and I need remove
ServerB - Windows 2003 Server It´s the actual DC, GC e FSMO
ServerC - Windows 2003 Server DC too and I use at others functions
ServerD - Windows 2000 Server It´s old Backup Server DC, this machine
has motherboard problem
ServerE - Windows 2000 Server He was temporay backup server with the
Server functions but today it´s a Windows 2003 Server and are not DC

Anyone have suggestion about this problem

Thanks

You'll need to perform a Metadata Cleanup to remove the old DC's references
out of the AD database. If dcpromo was used to demote it, there is no need
to run Metadata Cleanup. When you simply unplug a DC that you no longer want
to use, you must delete it's old references. It's not like NT4.

Clean up server metadata Active Directory 2003:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pr...ons/012793ee-5e8c-4a5c-9f66-4a486a7114fd.mspx

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Jorge de Almeida Pinto [MVP]

if the metadata has been cleaned as mentioned in the KB article for the
servers mentioned (server D and E), those lines "DEL:<guid> (deleted DSA)
via RPC" will eventually disappear. If I'm correct those lines will
disappear after 14 days the metadata has been cleaned


is server D down? have you cleaned its metadata?
has server E been rebuild? did you clean its old metadata?



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