Lemonde
  • Lemonde
  • Advanced Member Topic Starter
2 years ago
We are seeing the following after recommencing a network that has been VM'd:

Log Name: Directory Service

Source: Microsoft-Windows-ActiveDirectory_DomainService

Date: 03/03/2020 17:53:43

Event ID: 1587

Task Category: Replication

Level: Information

Keywords: Classic

User: domain\%computername%$

Computer: domainDC02.domain.local

Description:

This directory service has been restored or has been configured to host an application directory partition. As a result, its replication identity has changed. A partner has requested replication changes using our old identity. The starting sequence number has been adjusted.

The destination directory service corresponding to the following object GUID has requested changes starting at a USN that precedes the USN at which the local directory service was restored from backup media.

Object GUID:

a4092d6e-a526-47a7-acdb-326a94911221 (%computername%.domain.local)

USN at the time of restore:

140046653

As a result, the up-to-dateness vector of the destination directory service has been configured with the following settings.

Previous database GUID:

61a8cd11-e5a0-4b88-8fb8-7711db3b58f0

Previous object USN:

140218987

Previous property USN:

140218987

New database GUID:

5d68b218-77f8-4985-9949-863cd4877b13

New object USN:

140046653

New property USN:

140046653

Event Xml:

1587

0

4

5

0

0x8080000000000000

17640

Directory Service

domainDC02.domain.local

a4092d6e-a526-47a7-acdb-326a94911221 (%computername%.domain.local)

140046653

61a8cd11-e5a0-4b88-8fb8-7711db3b58f0

140218987

140218987

5d68b218-77f8-4985-9949-863cd4877b13

140046653

140046653

We cannot currently access the domain, will it sort itself out, or do we need to find a way to tell the DCs that the other DC is in charge?


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