Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
I have a DC1 down for more than 2 months now. now it has replication issues when i turned it on. DC2 is suppose to replicate with it as it was in past. DC1 is not demoting cauz of replilcation issues.
1) Should i dcpromo / force removal and then promote it back.
2) Just reinstall server2003 and then run dcpromo , in this case can i name it again DC1.
would there be any issues while making it dc1 and then during replication . dont wana mess up the network. users are working.
Thanls for your help
DC2 is your PDC, (previusly you BDC, but promoted to PDC when DC1 was removed from the network)
You do exactly the same as you did before:
Crank you old DC1 on the network, and force it to be the PDC again, at the same time your DC2 will demote to BDC once again.
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