Cant uninstall active directory

Posted on 2004-11-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-14
I installed AD on a win2k server machine. During setup, i specified "join an existing forest." It joined and appeared to make the transitive trusts. However, now I am trying to remove AD on it and its not letting me. Its saying CANT FIND DOMAIN.

The machine is win2k sp4 fully patched. Is there a way to manually remove this?
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