master browser issue

Posted on 2004-11-09
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Last Modified: 2010-04-11


I have a DC (PDC,GC, FSMOs) which thinks it is the master browser.
I don;t want it to be the master browser.

The reg setting on the problem DC

and on the other memeber server =TRUE

They both think they are the member server.

How can I stop this behavior.
I have tried browstat and browcon, and read the MS white paper on Computer Browsers, and listened to the webcast for browcon, none explain what to do with a server which won;t give up the master.

I'm going to stop the service to see what happens...
Question by:MJoyce
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cooledit earned 1000 total points
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hi, there

Try out this article and use the boolean value instead in the new string..

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