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The DFS Replication service successfully finished initial replication on the replicated folder at local path <drive letter path to folder>.
Any local pre-existing content in this replicated folder that did not exist on the primary member for Operator Reports has been moved to the hidden system folder DfsrPrivate\PreExisting under the replicated folder root.
Content in the DfsrPrivate\PreExisting folder will not be replicated to other members of the replication group and will not be deleted by the DFS Replication service during any automatic clean-up. If you would like this content to be replicated to other members please move the content into the replicated folder outside the DfsrPrivate folder.
Replicated Folder Name: <folder>
Replicated Folder ID: <guid>
Replication Group Name: <dfs path to folder>
Replication Group ID: <guid2>
Member ID: <guid3>.
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What is DFS?
This is a new Event ID for Windows Server 2003 R2 SP1 found in a new DFS Replication log. Delete or move any data found in the DfsrPrivate\PreExisting folder below the Dfs path on the computer specified.
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