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The Directory Partners tab displays the following information about inbound and outbound replication links.
The name of the domain controller with which the server is replicating.
Shows whether replication is inbound (coming to the server from this replication partner) or outbound (going to the indicated replication partner.)
The name of the site where the replication partner is located.
The IP address of the replication partner.
Shows whether the connection to the indicated replication partner is enabled or disabled.
The transport type being used for replication.
Shows whether or not the replication link was automatically generated by the Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC).
The number of consecutive replication errors that have occurred.
The naming context that can be replicated between the replication partner and the currently connected domain controller.
The result of the last replication attempt.
Last Replication Attempt
The time at which the last replication was attempted.
Last Successful Replication
The time at which the last successful replication was completed.
The FRS Replicas tab displays the following information about FRS Replicas.
The display name of the FRS Replica.
The path to the FRS Replica.
Replica Size (MB)
The path to the replica staging folder. This folder acts as a queue for changed files and folders to be replicated to downstream partners.
Replica Staging Path
The size of the FRS Replica.
Replica Staging Size (MB)
The size of the replica staging folder.
The Collisions tab displays the following information about any collisions that occurred during replication.
The distinguished name of the object involved in the replication collision.
The time the collision occurred.
The Configuration drilldown displays information on installed software, hotfixes, and installed network adapters.
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