Reinitialize Geodatabase Replication
If a replication fails because of inconsistent replicas, there are two options for correction. Option 1 relies on the existence of the initial extract version in the SDE geodatabase. If this version has been deleted, you must use Option 2.
You may wish to select an option based on the amount of time it takes to complete. The amount of time to complete Option 1 depends on the number of edits that have occurred in the SDE geodatabase since the initial extract version was created. More edits means longer replication time. If a vast amount of edits have been made, it may be quicker to just create a new initial extract version and extract a new client geodatabase (Option 2). The client geodatabase may be personal (.mdb) or file (.gdb).
Option 1: Synchronize with the initial extract version in the SDE geodatabase
Option 2: Create a new extract version and extract a new client geodatabase (e.g., backdrop)