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Event ID: 14530 Source: DfsSvc

DFS could not access its private data from the Active Directory. Please manually check network connectivity security access and/or consistency of DFS information in the Active Directory. This error occurred on root <root>.
The first step in troubleshooting this is to verify if the DNS is properly configured. Other useful troubleshooting recommendations:
- EV100494 (Top 10 Common Causes of Slow Replication with DFSR)
- T962143 (Supporting Dfs - includes troubleshooting and tools)
- ME975440 (How to troubleshoot Distributed File System Namespace)
- EV100495 (DFS Replication Troubleshooting)
- EV100496 (Five ways to check your DFS-Namespaces)
One user reported this problem fixed by a server reboot.
If the DFS root that’s listed in the event details does not exist in the Active Directory ("AD Users & Computers\System\Dfs-Configuration") then go to “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Dfs\Roots” and find the domain or standalone root that's causing you problems and delete the respective key. Restart DFS Service for the action to take effect.

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