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    Error message when renaming domain...

    Hi,

    I get the error message below when I try to rename a domain as described here:

    http://thelazyadmin.com/index.php?/a...t-1-Setup.html

    When I do: rendom /list

    It returns:
    Failed to Bind to Ldap session on myserver.mydomain.
    Cannot connect and bind to the Domain Naming FSMO.
    Cannot Continue.: Win32 Error 58 :58

    Thanks a bunch if someone have a solution for this

    /johanny

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    Re: Error message when renaming domain...

    Check which server(s) have the FSMO roles.

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    Re: Error message when renaming domain...

    Make sure you are logged on as full admin as well not just a memeber of the admins group. You will need administrator account which is part of the schema admins group.

    I assume though you are already on as this

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    Re: Error message when renaming domain...

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH
    Make sure you are logged on as full admin as well not just a memeber of the admins group. You will need administrator account which is part of the schema admins group.

    I assume though you are already on as this
    Just to doublecheck I tried the same command line for a second time, then it worked - I hadn't changed anything..

    Thanks anyway

    /johnny

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