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restoring the primary Domain Controller

Posted on 2003-11-05
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hello All,

my primary DC has been attached by virus !, i formatted this one and re-installed windwows 2000 server ! now my question is , how  can i restore this server to become again the Primary DC from my second DC? (both primary and second DC are running windwows 2000 server)

thanks

waiting ur reply!
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In Windows 2000's AD there is no such a thing as PRIMARY or SECONDARY DC.  There is only DC.  Simply use DCPROMO and make this machine a domain controller for the existing domain.
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okay let see , i'll tell u!
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