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You can force replication to occur between domain controllers. Under most circumstances, there is no need to manually force replication to occur; however, the Active Directory gives you this option to override configured schedules so that extremely important data changes can be made more quickly. To manually force replication to occur, follow these steps: 1. Click Start Programs Active Directory Sites and Services. 2. Expand the Sites container, expand the desired site, then expand the desired server, and select NTDS Settings, shown in Figure 13-3.
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Figure 13-3: NTDS Settings
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13 Managing Active Directory Replication
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3. In the right console pane, right-click the connection and then click Replicate Now, shown in Figure 13-4.
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Figure 13-4: Replicate Now option
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As I have noted a few times in this chapter, the KCC automatically generates connection objects between domain controllers and a replication topology within a site. Then it also automatically creates connection objects and a replication topology between sites, using your site configuration information from Active Directory Sites and Services. However, you can manually create additional connection objects. Before manually creating any connection objects, you should carefully evaluate the need for manually created connection objects and remember these important warnings: The KCC does a good job of creating and maintaining connection objects. As an administrator, manually created objects should occur only in specific circumstances where a specific outcome is desired. The KCC does not overwrite manually created connection objects. The more manually created connection objects, the less effectively the KCC can manage your replication topology. With manually created objects, the KCC has less topology configuration options.
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Manually creating connection objects does not necessarily help replication latency. You should carefully evaluate manually created connection objects to determine if they are in fact assisting your replication process. If you are having latency problems within a site, the replication topology is almost never to blame. In fact, intrasite latency problems are usually caused by too much network congestion or too few domain controllers to handle the network load. In other words, replication is affected because the domain controllers are too busy or the network is too busy. Latency can also be caused by DNS problems as well. So, when latency is occurring within a site, you should check out all of these issues before ever turning to the site replication topology. For intersite replication latency, first look at your schedules and site link costs. You can reduce latency problems by reconfiguring these options instead of manually creating connection objects between sites. So now that you have observed the warnings, the next question is, When should I create connection objects The following list outlines a few possible scenarios where connection objects could be beneficial: You specifically want to connect two domain controllers. For example, perhaps you need to force replication to occur between two domain controllers in an emergency situation. You can create a connection object between them, force replication, and then remove the connection object. You have had a server failure in a remote site and latency is causing problems. The KCC will automatically fix this situation, but in an emergency, you may need to connect a domain controller in one site with another domain controller in another site so that replication isn t delayed any longer than necessary while the KCC fixes the topology change. Within a site, you want to connect two domain controllers to reduce hops. Remember that at the most, there can be three hops, but perhaps you want only one hop between two domain controllers in order to speed replication. In this case, you can create a direct connection object between the two. Again, consider this issue carefully and make certain you need to reduce hops, and keep in mind that manual connection objects reduce the KCC s effectiveness. Once again, let me emphasize that manual connection objects should be rarely, if ever, needed. Before creating them, always carefully evaluate your needs and make certain the connection objects you manually create are impacting your replication topology in a positive way. To create a connection object, follow these steps: 1. Click Start Programs Active Directory Sites and Services. 2. Expand Sites, expand the desired site, then expand the desired server, and select NTDS Settings. 3. Click the Action menu and then click New Active Directory Connection. 4. The Find Domain Controllers window appears, shown in Figure 13-5. Select the domain controller that you want to create a connection and then click the OK button.
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