Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Issues With Advertising And File Replication Service

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    We’ve got a Windows Server 2003 and a Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard. We promoted the 2008 R2 Standard to a Domain Controller in an attempt to have it shoulder all roles and responsibilities so that we can retire the 2003 Server.

    Let’s say that the 2003 Server is Server2003, the 2008 Server is Server2008, and the domain is Domain.Local.

    DCDiag on Server2008 fails the Advertising test, saying that DSGetDCName returned information for \Server2003.Domain.Local, when we were trying to reach Server2008. Server is not responding or is not considered suitable.
    The FrsEvent test says that, “There are warning or error events within the last 24 hours after the SysVol has been shared. Failing SysVol replication problems may cause Group Policy problems.
    It also fails the NCSecDesc test, saying that NT AuthorityEnterprise Domain Controllers don’t have Replicating Directory Changes In Filtered Set access rights for the naming context: DC=ForestDNSZone,DC=Domain,DC=Local
    The NetLogons test fails, saying, “Unable to connect to the NetLogon share! (\Server2008NetLogon) [Server2008] A net use of LSAPolicy operation failed with error 67, the network name cannot be found.
    The SystemLog test notes a failure to apply Group Policy Shortcuts, Internet Settings, and Drive Maps settings.

    Help is greatly appreciated, as I am quickly exhausting my Google-Fu abilities.

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