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What is the full process for removing a domain controller cleanly from an ADS domain? Is just running dcpromo to demote it enough?

Are there other references to it in AD that I also need to manually delete to ensure it has completely disappeared.

Should I run any utilities afterwards to see if machines are stil trying to connect to it or replicate to it

Please advise.

Simon
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Here is the article that gives you everything you need to know:

http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q238369

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