DFSR Event Logs Windows Server 2003

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DFS
DFSR
Microsoft Windows
Windows Server 2003
We've recently set up DFSR so that it replicates remote site data back to the corporate office so we can back it up here. This is still in the testing phase but one of the things that we're working with our monitoring team on is the best way to monitor this. I already have them monitoring the DFS service on the remote site servers as well as the DFS server in the corporate office. What else would be good to monitor and for us to receive alerts on when it goes 'down' so that we're informed whenever there is a problem that is preventing replication? I've noted the 5002 errors in the event logs as well as 5014...are there any other suggestions? Thanks!
ASKED: June 17, 2008  1:58 PM
UPDATED: June 17, 2008  2:16 PM

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