Question about Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition x64 for PC
How we can remove active directory in windows 2003 server safe mode? beacouse active directory is corrept
you just try to remove as force.
go to run, after this type " dcpromo /forceremoval ".
it will do this for you, if any issue on active directory or ad database.
you can do this command in normal or safe mode.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Viewing the Event Viewer Event Log-
Open the Event Viewer snap-in from the Administrative Tools program group.
Step 2In the left pane, select Directory Service.
Step 3In the right pane, notice that you can sort information by clicking column headings. For example, you can click the Source column to sort by the service or process that reported the event.
Step 4Double-click an event in the list to see the details for that item. Note that you can click the Copy button to copy the event information to the Clipboard. You can then paste the data into a document for later reference. Also, you can move between items using the up and down arrows. Click Ok when you are done viewing an event.
Step 5Filter an event by right-clicking the Directory Service item in the left pane, selecting Properties, and then selecting the Filter tab. Note that filtering does not remove entries from the event logs- it only restricts their display.
Step 6To verify Active Directory installation, look for the events related to the proper startup of Active Directory, such as Event ID 1000(Active Directory and Startup Complete)and 1394(Attempts To Update The Active Directory Database Are Succeeding). Also be sure to examine any Error or Warning messages because these could indicate problems with DNS or other neccesary services.
Step 7When you're done viewing information in the Event Viewer, close the application to complete the Installation verification process, if want deete this directory you must chose with step. goog luck
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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You can't dcpromo an Exchange/AD server combo once on 200/2003. Your best
bet to recover all this is to bring Exchange up on another server and
recover the mailboxes to this new server. Remove Exchange then dcpromo this
I'm not an Exchange expert so I have copied the Exchange NewsGroup in on
this, check the link below.
Need more information. What do you mean by "uninstall my active
directory"?? What steps are you trying to take?
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