Group Policy Management Secondary AD Inaccessible

Paul Gerald Buli 45 Reputation points

I'm doing a health check with our Active Directory and DNS. I was able to remediate the errors and warnings on the BPA.

When I check with the GPM, I noticed that 1 of the domain is in the replication process but when I expand to see the details. The secondary AD is unaccessible on the status of the domain.

I tried creating a policy from both ends and it replicated with no error both ways. Repadmin is also ok.

kindly see the screenshot

Thank you in advance

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  1. Limitless Technology 44,056 Reputation points

    Hello there,

    In some cases, when you have a large enterprise spread over multiple countries and time zones, there could be a significant replication delay between domain controllers. GPO mismatches in version numbers between the Group Policy container and the Group Policy template, or GPO mismatches between different domain controllers, can be expected due to a delay in replication.

    Similar discussion here

    Hope this resolves your Query !!

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