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Instead, after making sure I had a backup of the Sys Vol folder, I ran the following: YAY! Well in Server 2008 R1 SP1 (and included in 2012), Microsoft introduced a lovely registry key called ‘Stop Replication On Auto Recovery’ located here: HKLM\System\Current Control Set\Services\DFSR\Parameters.When it is set to 1, whenever the server experiences an invalid (dirty) shutdown, DFS replication just stops.Looking back at the event log, I thought all was sorted until this one popped up: The DFS Replication service stopped replication on the folder with the following local path: C:\Windows\SYSVOL\domain.This server has been disconnected from other partners for 64 days, which is longer than the time allowed by the Max Offline Time In Days parameter (60).DFS Replication considers the data in this folder to be stale, and this server will not replicate the folder until this error is corrected.Which indicates that this DC has been out of sync since sometime in November last year!We don’t tend to change our policies that often, so I hadn’t noticed this issue before.Unfortunately, the advice given in the message (to use the DFS management snap in to remove and replace the DFS member) isn’t applicable when you’re trying to replicate the Sys Vol folder – it doesn’t let you!

In our case, Microsoft Edge is available as shown in the image below.

Back in Group Policy Managment Console, I clicked on our domain and hit ‘detect now’ at the bottom of the screen.

Sure enough, it came back with: listing one of our DCs.

Clicking the link under Sys Vol gave me a box telling me that 2 GPOs were out of date with the baseline controller – one of which was the policy I was editing… ) Having given the DCS plenty of time to replicate (the next day in this case), I decided to investigate a little further.

All of our DCs run Server 2012, and the Forest and Domain Function Levels is set at 2012.

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