msDFSR-Subscriber object

Discussion in 'File Systems' started by ChrisN, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. ChrisN

    ChrisN Guest

    Okay, i have done a bit of research on this and am trying to decide if i
    should pull the trigger and delete this object using ASDIEDIT.

    When i open the object using ASDIEDIT i get a value of <Not Set> for the
    variable "msDFSR-MemberReference". There are two servers in the site that
    house this same data so i could go as far as uninstalling the DFS software if
    that makes a difference.

    Here is my event log

    The DFS Replication service detected invalid msDFSR-Subscriber object data
    while polling for configuration information.

    Additional Information:
    Object DN:
    Controller",OU=Domain Controllers,DC=eacg,DC=net
    Attribute Name: msDFSR-MemberReference
    Domain Controller: "domain controller"
    Polling Cycle: 60 minutes


    ChrisN, Aug 14, 2007
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  2. Hey Chris,

    I see you recieved LOTS of info on this... A little troubleing for me, I am
    now receiving this error...

    You survive the ASDIEDIT???

    Patrick Seeber, Nov 6, 2007
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  3. ChrisN

    ChrisN Guest

    I havent done it yet. Im thinking about rebuilding the server this winter
    anyway so im just ignoring the error for now. Everything seems to be working

    ChrisN, Nov 7, 2007
  4. Thanks for the info Chris. There are a couple of threads running that
    detail more info. It appears to be a benign error at this point...

    We have just recieved the 2 replacement DC servers and I am lobbying for
    rebuild of a new domain (not fully insane, just partially) to clear up some
    niggling issues that may indicate greater issues lurking in our current AD.
    No telling if I am winning... and I am not concerned.

    It's good to have work available, so either way the shoe drops I will win.

    Hope your Holidays are free from electronic gremlins!

    Patrick Seeber, Nov 28, 2007
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