2006-01-09 10:41:03 UTC
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When creating a new root, attempts to configure replication would fail.
The event log reported FRS issue to be listed, but never did.
Using frsdiag issues were found with the frssubscriber, upon further
investigation the orginal root which had been "ruined" somehow, was found
using ADSI inside of the CN=Domain,CN=Domain Controllers,CN=Server,CN=NTFRS
Subsriptions CN=DFS Volumes. Now the problem that has occured, is I've
removed the entries under DFS volumnes and inside of the registry, which has
fixed the event log reports, removed FRSDIAG's reports of subscriber issues,
but still can't configure replication.
Inside of ADSI I do still have a CN=DFS volumes, is it safe to remove?
If there a definitive method for complete stripping of DFS to achieve
"steady state" for Windows 2003 Native mode.