It has been too long since this computer last replicated with the named source domain controller. The time between replication has exceeded the tombstone lifetime, and replication with this source has stopped.
It has been too long since this machine last replicated with the named source machine.
The time between replications with this source has exceeded the tombstone lifetime.
Replication has been stopped with this source.
The reason that replication is not allowed to continue is that the two machine's views
of deleted objects may now be different. The source machine may still have copies of objects
that have been deleted (and garbage collected) on this machine. If they were allowed to
replicate, the source machine might return objects which have already been deleted.
Time of last successful replication:%1
Invocation ID of source: %2
Name of source: %3
Tombstone lifetime (days): %4
The replication operation has failed.
Determine which of the two replication partners has been disconnected from the forest and is out of date. There are three options:
Demote or reinstall the computer or computers that were disconnected.
Use the repadmin /removelingeringobjects tool to remove inconsistent deleted objects, and then resume replication.
Resume replication. Inconsistent deleted objects may be introduced. You can continue replication by removing the HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\NTDS\Parameters\%5 registry key.
Once the systems replicate once, you can restore the key if you desire.
For more information, see:
Microsoft Help and Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Knowledge Base