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U may visit this site get the information about the configure domain http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc736345(WS.10).aspx
And then before configure u must register the domain name .For this u may use this site http://www.tucktail.com/

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You need to install and run IIS or Apache...they are both web server programs. It doesn't really matter which you use, more of a user preference.

In my case I like to use IIS with Server 2003. Below is a link that is a full guide for setting up your server to host a website. it is step by step and includes pictures along the way. It should have you running in no time!

Step By Step Guide

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You have to seize the RID master for you domain, appears to be removed from network or can't be contacted, you can use the next commands in order to get the actual (MYSERVER should be replaced by the name of you server

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the interested server is RID - this must be the name of a actual server, if this server is permanently down the you need seize the rol, use the next guide:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc784077%28WS.10%29.aspx

if the server is an actual server you must review the event log in this server in order to get more clues of the error.

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Dear sir, How can i configure my domain


First and formost, you need following check list before configuration
1) System partition must be formatted as NTFS.
2) Machine must have static IP address.
3) DNS installed

Then run a dcpromo command and configure domain.

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The resolution and workaround to solve the error is as below.
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  2. Log-in to the PC workstation as local administrator. If you cannot logon as local administrator, try to unplug the network cable and logon to the computer by using a domain administrator user that used to logon on the PC before, by using cached logon credentials feature.
  3. Go to Control Panel, then click on System icon, then go to Computer Name tab.
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  5. Click OK to exit.
  6. Restart the computer (optional)
  7. Go back to the Control Panel, launch System properties and then go to Computer Name tab, and click on “Change”.
  8. Rejoin the domain by uncheck the Workgroup button and select (check) Domain button, and put in the domain name noted above into the text box.
  9. Click OK to exit.
  10. Reboot the PC.
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It is possible to nest application directory partitions, that is, an application directory partition can have child application directory partitions. Searches with subtree scope rooted at an application directory partition head will generate continuation references to the child application directory partitions.

An application directory partition replica can only be created on a domain controller that is running on Windows Server 2003 and later and only while the Domain-Naming FSMO role is held by a Windows Server 2003 and later domain controller. In a mixed forest that has both Windows Server 2003 domain controllers and down-level domain controllers (Windows 2000 domain controllers or Windows NT 4.0 primary domain controllers), an attempt to create an application directory partition replica on a down-level domain controller will fail.

An application directory partition also has a corresponding crossRef object in the Partitions container of the configuration partition. The crossRef can be pre-created manually before creating the domainDNS object. The pre-created crossRef object must have the attribute values shown in the following table or the partition creation will fail. If the crossRef object does not exist, the Active Directory server will create one when the application directory partition is created.

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hi,
the above attached a link document is for windows 2000 server not for 2003.


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