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I have a server that died on me tnat was my secound DNS server but now I cant remove it from the domain Active Directory. I get a error cannot delete DSA object.

Does anybody know how to remove this without setting up another sever and naming it the same?
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I had a similar problem with an object I could not delete - in Active Directory, go to the View menu, and then select "Users, Groups, Computers as containers."  Then once you find the computer, you can double-click on it and view the objects within it.  You should then be able to delete the objects and then delete the computer account.
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