The following error is logged in event viewer:

  • “Microsoft Lync Server 2013, File Transfer Agent service encountered an error while accessing a file share and will continuously attempt to access this file share until this issue is resolved. While this condition persists, replication to replica machines might not occur. Access denied.”

Cause: Possible issues with file share permissions. This can occur if the computer hosting the file share has outdated cached credentials for the computer that is trying to access the file share.
For details about how to resolve file share permission issues, see the product documentation.

It doesn’t mention what has failed, just a general access denied error message. To see which servers are having a problem, open up the Lync Management Shell and run the following command:

  • Get-CSManagementStoreReplicationStatus

This will tell you if the replication is up-to-date, if it returns a false value then you know which server is the problem. You can invoke the replication by running the following command:

  • Invoke-CsManagementStoreReplication

After that check if there any cached credentials in Control Panel -> Credential Manager.

Hope it helps.


    Discover more from COLLABORATION PRO

    Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

    Continue reading