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failed Enterprise CA in windows 2003 Domain

Posted on 2004-10-06
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Hey all

My question is about Enterprise CA in windows 2003 Domain

We have the flowing domain infrastructure:
Root domain: internal.net with 2 domain controller
Child domain: dev.internal.net with 2 domain controller
One domain controller: SRV1, on the child domain includes Enterprise CA.
The SRV1 DC ( from the Child Domain) failed, and we could not
restore the server .
So we create a new domain controller and delete the information about: SRV1 from the active directory.

My problem is:

When I use the option on the WEB server to request certificate from CA server, the domain client ( the WEB Server ) still recognizes the failed
server ( SRV1) as the enterprise CA .  

How can I delete the information about the failed DC( SRV1) from the active directory .
I use the NTDSTIL to delete the information about the failed DC , but client still " know " that : SRV1 is the Enterprise CA .

Thank head

Eyal Doron
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You need to use adsiedit.msc to clean up cn=Public Key Services, cn=Services,cn=configuration,dc=dev,dc=internal,dc=net

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