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Replication Overrides don’t work

They do … but it isn’t that intuitive …. you need to make sure that an overridden parameter is set for every rule and for every monitor that uses the parameter.

When you override a parameter, make sure that the parameter is configured for each rule that uses the parameter and for each monitor that uses the parameter. There may be more than one rule or monitor that uses the particular parameter.

For example, the following rules and monitors use the Intersite Expected Max Latency parameter:

Monitors

* AD Replication Monitoring

Rules

* AD Replication Performance Collection – Metric Replication Latency
* AD Replication Performance Collection – Metric Replication Latency: Maximum
* AD Replication Performance Collection – Metric Replication Latency: Minimum
* AD Replication Performance Collection – Metric Replication Latency: Average

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