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7th January 2008, 01:34 PM #1
active directory all messed up
Ok where do i start the problem my pdc is still my pdc but active dir thinks it is just a workstation or server how to i reclam the pdc role i do have a second server which at the moment is dc and has ad and is managing logins etc etc please help. ok i seem to have found the problem it seems to have lost its principle name somehow
Last edited by alonebfg; 7th January 2008 at 02:31 PM.
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7th January 2008, 02:32 PM #2
Thats a pretty common thing to have to do. Just follow this artical to reclaim the FSMO roles. There is no such thing as a PDC in 2003 really, any active directory server can be transferred to the master roles using this technique.
7th January 2008, 08:25 PM #3
i dont know what is going on but it has gone from bad to worse to oh my god and i am not even soposed to be in (Im not well lol) seems to be working but here is the problem
on dc1 active directory working fine but when on a mmc and click connect to controller and select dc2 tells me unable to connect to domain controller access denied.
now on dc2 active directory working fine when on a mmc click connect to dc1 and that works fine
dc1 has fmso roles dc2 is gc
This has had me in work for 4 hours (In sick time) trying to sort out.
Ok this has freaked me out taken all day and then i was about to give up and everything worked (could not tell you how) might have just been it needed to replacate but i dont know.
Last edited by alonebfg; 7th January 2008 at 08:43 PM.
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