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OCP should point to itself as well and configured to forward requests to your ISP dns server. on OCP, the file is 4,856 bytes and > dated > > 3/4/05. on OCP2, the file is 4,216 and dated 2/17/05. > > however, when > > > i view the group policy on both machines through an MMC, > > they are i have only one domain in my forest. Source

req'd). i do not know how to verify if it > > is the schema > >  > > master before > >   > > > i demote OCP2. > >   > on OCP2, the file is 4,216 and dated 2/17/05. > however, when > > i view the group policy on both machines through an MMC, > they are the > > i made policy> > changes a few> > > weeks ago, and any workstation that pulls its policies from> > OCP2 does> > > not get the most recent changes. over here

also, i >  > > am using >   > > > forwarders on OCP. >   > > > >   > > > http://sadchild.cjb.net/dns.jpg > > > > thank you very much. Transfer the 5 FSMO Roles to the new server. 5. DCPROMO fails to create a replica domain controller? i get the following error: "The operation failed> > because:> > > The Directory Service failed to replicate off changes made> > locally.> > > 'The DSA operation is unable to

i can also tell by > > comparing the > > > "registry.pol" files. i want to demote the second one > (OCP2), but >  > > dcpromo is not >   > > > working. These > > include network > >  > > connectivity, > >   > > > name resolution, authentication, Active > > Directory directory > >  > > service > >   > i did notice that the 'NTDS settings' > > sub-......."thing" is no longer there under OCP2 anymore, > just under > > OCP. (sub-folder?

I have also made it an additional global catalog.When I turn off the original DC server however and leave theadditional DC pc on and try to access users and computers on that seems to have been the problem. > i set > > OCP's preferred DNS to itself, and then OCP2 demoted itself > without > > problem! > > > > Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f8/dcpromo-failure-dont-know-how-to-get-replication-working-44342.html however, when i view the group policy on both machines through an MMC, they are the same.

i don't know how to fix this.> > > > >> > > > > how do i get these machines in sync with> > each other?> > > > >> i have only one domain inmy forest. i want to demote the second one (OCP2), but dcpromo is not working. req'd).

i can> > also tell by> > > > comparing the> > > > > "registry.pol" files. These include network connectivity,> name resolution, authentication, Active Directory directory service> replication, or the location of a critical object in Active> Directory.">> i know that replication is NOT working. e.g nslookup domainname.com, > ensure a DC > answers. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices {{offlineMessage}} Try Microsoft Edge, a fast and secure browser that's designed for Windows 10 Get started Store Store home Devices Microsoft Surface

i can also tell by comparing the "registry.pol" files. this contact form as soon as i did that, the second DC could demote itself. I have set up an additional PC with Windows 2000 server. that seems to have been the problem. > i set > > OCP's preferred DNS to itself, and then OCP2 demoted itself > without > > problem! > > > >

i have only one domain in > my forest. e.g nslookup domainname.com, > ensure a DC > answers. i have only one > domain in > > my forest. have a peek here i can also tell by comparing the "registry.pol" files.

CAUSE: This behavior may occur if a required> dependency or operation fails. i do not know how to verify if it is the schema > master before > > i demote OCP2. > > > > how do i verify that the DC Report> > abuse:> > > http://www.windowsforumz.com/eform.php?p=1083753>> thank you for the help.>> i currently have all workstations, and OCP2 (the problem DC), pointed> to OCP for DNS (192.168.1.44).>> every computer except OCP

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Report abuse: > http://www.windowsforumz.com/eform.php?p=1083753 Chriss3 [MVP], Mar 17, 2005 #2 Advertisements thecheat Guest Re: Re: dcpromo failure, don't know how to get replication worki "Chriss3 MVP" wrote: > Hello, > We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Covered by US Patent. I have set up anadditional PC with Windows 2000 server.

Use> > nslookup to> > troubleshooting name resolution. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. i want to demote the second one > > (OCP2), but > >  > > dcpromo is not > >   > > > working. Check This Out i set OCP’s preferred DNS to itself, and then OCP2 demoted itself without problem! /tip CHall $10 i have another question.

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i can also tell by comparing the"registry.pol" files. i am passing it on so others can have the info. There are a total of 3 DC's on the network. req'd).

I have set up an additional PC with Windows 2000 server. that seems to have been the problem. CAUSE: This behavior may occur if a required > dependency or operation fails. on OCP, the file is > 4,856 bytes and > > > dated > > > > 3/4/05.