Windows 2000 server EVENT ID 13508 Problem

Active Directory
Fault isolation
Microsoft Windows
Network applications management
Networking services
Performance management
Hi all am getting an event in my server id# 13508 Here am explaining my situation I have to windows2000 server which is running active directory and DNS. My PDC which is running global catlog server here am calling Server ?A? my BDC its running active directory and DNS I am calling as server ?B?. Last week my server ?B? s hard disk crashed. Now I have configured another machine as BDC and its working fine. Now am getting one event under file replication service Event ID 13508 (source is NtFrs). I want to solve this issue. Following are the description of this event ID The file replication service having trouble enabling replocation from server B to server A fro c:winntsysvol domain using the DNS name B.<domain name>.local FRS will keep retrying. Following are some reasons you would see this warring. 1. FRS can not correctly resolve the DNS nameon B.<domain name>.local from this computer 2. FRS not runnig on Server B.<domain name>.local 3. The topology information in the active directory for this relica hasnot yer replicated to all the domain controllers. The event log message will appear one per connection, after the problem is fixed you will see another event log message indicating that the connection has been established. Now Please help me to solve this issue. As I said before I removed my old Server B and installed new pc with different name (here am calling as server ?c?). everything is working fine. Can anybody explain to me how to solve this problem. Thanking you in advance Niyas Email;

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Since you replaced serverB with serverC, you need to delete replication and AD information about ServerB.

In sites and services, delete the replication to and from ServerB and in AD delete the computer account..

You might need to change some other entries using ADSI edit, but you can search microsoft about that.

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