Replication access denied or naming context is in the process of being deleted

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jamesmasters2 posted this 05 August 2009

All - here is my environment:

Server 2008 DC's in datacenter, Server 2008 RODC's in field. Hub/spoke replication.

At a few sites, the main domain partition "dc=company,dc=com" seems to disappear when running repadmin /showreps.

On the main site, when I right click the connection object and say "replicate now" I get the following error: Replication access denied or naming context is in the process of being deleted

At the hub site, on the writeable DC, if I manually create a new connection object (even if to the same DC indicated in the RODC connection) replication eventually continues and dc=company,dc=com shows up again in the list of replicated contexts on the RODC.

Any help/insight is much appreciated.

Thanks,
James




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ZJORZ posted this 05 August 2009

Have you tried/checked: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/249256



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jamesmasters2 posted this 06 August 2009

I have verified permissions. I am successfully able to replicate other connection objects.

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