Stopping transactional replication from skipping a block of records

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SQL Server 2005
SQL Server snapshot backup
Transactional replication software
Have you ever run into an instance in SQL 2005 where transactional replication is skipping a specific block of records? I have tried many troubleshooting techniques: dropped/created sub and pub, created new empty destination table, reinitialized and several others. New transactions come across just fine. Do you have any advice on either completely resetting the snapshot to include these transactions or to simply move them over manually?

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As long as you don’t have any filters defined on the replication SQL shouldn’t be picking which transactions to send across. Unless you have conflicts within a merge replication setup, you shouldn’t have any problems. Are all updates not being sent across, only updates to records created before the replication was setup, etc?

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