File Replication (FRS)

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Active Directory
Domain Controller
File replication
FRS
I seem to having some problems with a domain controller located in another physical location and timezone. The server repeats event 13508 errors and not 13509. I have done alot of researh on this error. I have two domain controllers at this location which replicate with no problems, the naming convensions for these two servers (computername@test.net) The test.net is the domain for Active directory and our actual domain is test.com which is handled by a UNIX server. The server on the problem location is on the wwteam.net domain which is correct, but when it was setup they named the computer different (computer3@test.com) I add an entry to the hosts file, hoping it would resolve my problem but it did not. Has anyone ever seen this problem or had a workaround. I am not sure if the replication is only working one way, I am sure the best way to test this Any help would be great Thanks

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do you have site and services up and running did you define the subnet on site and services . is your domain controllers global catalog ? do have DNS configured correctly with correct sub nets in reverse look up zone .
if you have two different domain do you have configured forwarders in DNS . and delegations are setup .

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