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DC USN rollback help

DC USN rollback help

DC USN rollback help

I haven't been able to find a good answer with google. So hopefully someone here can help.

I was tasked with fixing our DC's. Our primary failed and had to be restored. I was able to get replication working again. Now our secondary controller went belly up and I'm having issues with the primary again.

I'm in the process of creating a secondary DC again, but I want to get the Primary fixed before I add the secondary. when I run a repadmin /showutdvec I have multiple GUID's, and I don't know if that is normal, or how to clean it up if it is not. I haven't gone ahead and deleted the registry key "DSA not writable" yet to force it.

I'm looking to see what I can do to get this DC working properly since our NETLOGIN is pausing on us after reboots.

Thanks for any help, and let me know if I need to post any additional information.

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