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AD Replication Monitoring Failed to get the ‘fSMORoleOwner’ attribute

AD MP raised some errors regarding AD Replication monitoring problem,  The error returned is:

Failed to get the ‘fSMORoleOwner’ attribute from the object ‘LDAP://MyDCName/<WKGUID=###########################,DC=DomainDnsZones,DC=CorpDom,DC=COM>’.
The error returned was: ‘There is no such object on the server.’ (0x80072030)’ (0x80072030)

OR

‘LDAP://MyDCName/<WKGUID=###########################,DC=ForestDnsZones,DC=CorpDom,DC=COM>’.
The error returned was: ‘There is no such object on the server.’ (0x80072030)’ (0x80072030)

 

When I ran the command "NETDOM query FSMO" it show that DC2 is the owner for all roles.

To verify this, I opened adsiedit.msc and found that the FSMOROLEOWNER in ForestDnsZones and in DomainDnsZones refers to a deleted DC named DC1.

To resolve this issue we need to do the following:

open ADSIEdit
Connect to DC=ForestDnsZones,,DC=CorpDom,DC=COM
Expand it until you find Infrastructure object and open the properties.
Look at the fsmoRoleOwner attribute.
it is referencing the deleted domain controller.
CN=NTDS Settings0ADEL:87a8454b-ac76-4c2b-8cff-cc94bdee2064,CN=DC1……………….

You will need to copy the correct path to the infrastructure master into the fsmoRoleOwner value.

To do this you need to do the following:

1. Go back into ADSIEdit.
2. Expand Configuration –> Sites –>  The Site of the Infrastructure Master –>  Servers –>  The Infrastructure Master (DC2) and open to Properties of NTDS Settings.
3. Open the distinguishedName attribute, and copy the value into notepad.

4. Now go back to the Infrastructure object underneath ForestDNSZones/DomainDnsZones and paste the value you got into the fsmoRoleOwner attribute.

problem solved.

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