Tips for resolving frs out of directoryJuly 23, 2020 by Kevin Carvajal
This article will help you if you have not seen errors in any directory.
- Click "Start" then "Run". Enter SFC. EXE / SCANNOW to run system file checker.
- Insert the Windows installation CD if necessary.
- Enter safe mode by pressing "F8" immediately after restarting.
- Turn on your antivirus and run a full scan on your computer.
- Restart your computer normally.
In 2000, Microsoft introduced the File Replication Service (FRS) in Windows Server to replicate file data asynchronously. Since then, Microsoft has released Distributed File System Replication (DFSR) and updated FRS.
This change occurred between Windows Server 2003 and 2008, and many users skipped this step during the upgrade process. 2008 and 2012 continued to work with FRS SYSVOL replication. However, starting in 2016, FRS users will no longer be able to inject a new domain controller into their Active Directory environment.
Things To Do
Current versions of Windows Server support DFSR. There is a migration process and no downtime as it is a tiered migration. There are four stable states:
First, check to see if all domain controllers are in the "Prepared" state. To do this, run the following command: dfsrmig / getmigrationstate. From there, set the global state with the following command: dfsrmig / setglobalstate 1 and push replication.
From there, run the dfsrmig / setglobalstate 2 command to bring the domain controllers into the next state. Force replicate again and check the status of migrationsation to test it on all domain controllers.
Do the same for status 3 and force replication and validation. This entire process should take about 10 minutes (depending on the number of domain controllers). Run the following command to make sure it works: "net share".
Once you confirm this, you can stop the FRS service. Run services.msc, find the NTFRS service and click the Stop button. Set the Startup Type to Disabled.
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