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David is one of our Premier Field Engineers and he approached us with an interesting problem where the customer was encountering a Kerberos error when trying to create a replication relationship. On first glance, the setup looked very straight forward and all our standard debugging steps did not reveal anything suspicious.
The error which was being encountered was "Hyper-V failed to authenticate using Kerberos authentication" and "The connection with the server was terminated abnormally (0x00002EFE)".
David debugged the issue further and captured his experience and solution in this blog post - http://blogs.technet.com/b/davguents_blog/archive/2013/02/07/the-case-of-the-unexplained-windows-server-2012-replica-kerberos-errors-0x8009030c-0x00002efe.aspx. This is a good read if you are planning to use Kerberos based authentication.
estamos haciendo un proyecto integrado y tenemos el mismo problema que se cita pero no veo la solucion, si alguien fuera tan amable de resolverme la duda de por qué Kerberos dá este error ??
Gracias de antemano
Hunted for days to find a solution to this error. Turned out to be a misspelt SPN. Also , it may be worth trying to replicate a 'test VM' from DR to Prod ( this worked for me and made me double-check the SPN's on the DR side )