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Event ID: 13510 Source: NtFrs

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The File Replication Service on the computer %1 cannot communicate with the File Replication Service on the computer %2.
Verify that the computer %2 is up and running. Verify that the File Replication Service is running on %2 by typing: "net start ntfrs" on %2.
Verify that the network is functioning between %1 and %2 by typing "ping %1" on %2 and "ping %2" on %1. If the pings succeed then retry the failed operation.If the pings fail then there may be problems with the DNS server. The commands "ipconfig" and "nslookup" help diagnose problems with the DNS server. Type "ping DNS server's IP address" to verify that a DNS server is available.
The DNS mapping for %2 or %1 can be verified by typing "nslookup" and then typing "%2" and then "%1" on %1 and %2. Be sure to check out the DNS server on both %1 and %2; a DNS problem on either computer will prevent proper communication.
Some network problems between %1 and %2 can be cleared up by flushing the DNS Resolver Cache. Type "ipconfig /flushdns".
Some network problems between %1 and %2 can be cleared up by renewing the IP address. Type "ipconfig /release" followed by "ipconfig /renew".
Some network problems between %1 and %2 can be cleared up by resetting the computer's DNS entry. Type "net stop NetLogon" followed by "net start NetLogon". Some problems between %1 and %2 can be cleared up by restarting the File Replication Service. Type "net stop ntfrs" followed by "net start ntfrs". Some problems between %1 and %2 can be cleared up by restarting the computers %1 and %2 after closing running applications, especially dcpromo. Click on Start, Shutdown, select Restart, and click on OK. Other network and computer problems are beyond the scope of this event log message.
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