Schema Attribute Definition Replication
Updated: November 25, 2009
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2
The schema is the Active Directory component that defines all the objects and attributes that the directory service uses to store data. To ensure data integrity on directory objects, it is imperative that attribute definitions are replicated. Replication between domain controllers requires that the schema be consistent. If the schema is not consistent, replication failures occur for all domain controllers with inconsistent schema versions.
|The directory service could not replicate the following object from the source directory service at the following network address because of an AD_TERM schema mismatch.
,AD_TERM) will attempt to synchronize the schema before attempting to synchronize the following directory partition.
|The following directory service made a replication request to replicate attributes in filtered set that has been denied by the local directory service. The requesting directory service does not have access to replicate attributes in the filtered set.
Requesting directory service:
If the requesting directory service should get attributes in filtered list, verify that the security descriptor on this directory partition has the correct configuration for the Replication Get Changes In Filtered Set access right. You may also get this message when the attributes in filtered set are different between source and destination DCs because of recent schema change. This message will cease when the schema is in sync between the destination and source DCs. . ;// logging_level: 0