Disabling and Enabling Replication on Schema Master Domain Controller

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This post is about Outbound replication.if you are implementing the major changes to active directory like extending the schema version. it is recommended that you should disable the outbound replication on schema master domain controller. After disabling the replicating, do the changes and test the changes if you find that changes you have made are unacceptable, you can just rollback the changes from schema master domain controllers rather than being faced with the prospect of performing a disaster recovery operation on your entire domain.

It is very important and recommended to disabling outbound replication on a domain controller will not have any effect on inbound replication; the DC will still receive updates from its other replication partners unless you disable inbound replication on them as well.

To stop outbound replication for a specific DC, Use this command

Disabling Outbound Replication

When your replication is disabled, warning events 1115 will be generated from source NTDS General will be logged in the Directory Service event log.

warning events 1115

To start outbound replication for a specific DC, Use this command

Enabling the Outbound Replication

When your replication is enable, warning events 1116 will be generated from source NTDS General will be logged in the Directory Service event log.

warning events 1116

In a worst-case scenario, you can disable replication for an entire forest by issuing the following command:

            c:\> repadmin /options * +DISABLE_INBOUND_REP

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