A problem while validating the state of active directory
These issues might be familiar to experienced administrators.
But if you're a less-experienced administrator who needs to replace DCs that run Windows Server 2003 with those that run Server 2008 R2, this article will shed some light on these issues and can help you avoid problems.
I attempt to install Exchange 2010 and am met with the following error when checking prerequisites. FSBB-SPDC passed test Connectivity Doing primary tests Testing server: Bedias Branch\FSBB-SPDC Starting test: Replications REPLICATION-RECEIVED LATENCY WARNING FSBB-SPDC: Current time is 2011-08-08 .
I have two domain controllers at a client of mine and I am upgrading them to exchange 2010. When I go into AD sites and services, guess what's missing: Sites. Doing initial required tests Testing server: Bedias Branch\FSBB-SPDC Starting test: Connectivity .........................
With Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, we’ve changed the way we deliver hotfixes and service packs.
Because each CU is a full installation of Exchange and includes updates and changes from all previous CU’s, you don’t need to install any previous CU’s or service packs first. Many thanks to those in the forum and blogospheres for helping me solve this problem.
When customers install Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) in Windows Server 2008 or Server 2008 R2, a couple of issues sometimes come up.
One issue involves installation; another is about Microsoft's recommendations for running domain controllers (DCs) as virtual machines (VMs).
So if I'm missing something simple, please forgive me for wasting your time. Sorry for not using pastebin but it seems to be down right now.
WARNING: This latency is over the Tombstone Lifetime of 60 days!