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Error 5 Access Denied Windows 8Job Ways to Get Help Expand Search Submit Close Search Login Join Today error 5 access denied robocopy Products BackProducts Gigs Live Careers Vendor Services Groups Website Testing Store Headlines Experts Exchange > Questions > "Access Denied' issues error 5 access denied vista with new Windows Server 2008 R2 domain controller Want to Advertise Here? Solved "Access Denied' issues with new Windows Server 2008 R2 domain controller Posted on 2013-08-06 Windows Server 2008 Active Directory 1 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073945 Verified Solution 7 Comments 7,525 Views 1 Ratings Last Modified: 2013-08-07 I have a single domain with 3 domain controllers (all Server 2003). We added a new Server 2008 server to the domain and promoted it to a Domain Controller and everything seemed to go well with no errors. We transferred all FSMO roles to the new server. After a couple of days -- we noticed that https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28205710/Access-Denied'-issues-with-new-Windows-Server-2008-R2-domain-controller.html replication wasn't happening completely between the original servers and the new one. Also, there is nothing in the SYSVOL folder on this server. -DNS is setup and running on the 2008 server but fails when testing recursive queries. -When we try to do a 'replicate now' from AD Sites and Services - we get 'Access Denied' error -DCDIAG commands show "
bad! 7 August 2012 by Adam Rush Scenario It's a pleasant day and all is well with the world. Colleagues are skipping around the office with smiles on faces…until…duh duh daaa! One by one, services start failing: Printers go http://www.virtuallyimpossible.co.uk/when-good-domain-controllers-go-bad/ offline: First, for Win7 users Then for all clients Can still print from server though File shares go offline Active Directory replication fails DNS console will not open Basically, your main Domain Controller (DC) has just taken a dump…and so have you! These are the steps I took to troubleshoot the issues and get everything back online. Solution Gather Information Run the following commands to gather useful information: ipconfig /all > access denied c:\ipconfig.txt (from each DC/DNS Server) dcdiag /v /c /d /e /s: > c:\dcdiag.txt dcdiag /test:dns /s: /DnsBasic > c:\dcdiag-dnsbasic.txt repadmin /showrepl dc* /verbose /all /intersite > c:\showrepl.txt (dc* is a placeholder for the starting name of the DCs if they all begin the same - if more then one DC exists) repadmin /replsum > c:\replsum.txt Pour through the txt files and note down the errors. Some of mine included: repadmin /showrepl error 5 access Last error: 1256 (0x4e8): The remote system is not available. Last error: 5 (0x5): Access is denied. WARNING: KCC could not add this REPLICA LINK due to error. result 1722 (0x6ba): The RPC server is unavailable. repadmin /replsum (1722) The RPC server is unavailable. (5) Access is denied. dcdiag /test:dns /s: /DnsBasic The host