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After re-installing Win2003 on a Domain Controller, the Domain Controller stopped working

Posted on 2006-07-22
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After re-installing Windows 2003 on my Domain Controller.
The Domain Controller stopped working, so no one can logon to the network...

I even tried disjoinging and re-joingin machines to the domain, it is not even allowing me to do that..

Any ideas?
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hmm a bit more detail would be helpful.....did you reinstall and then promote back to a DC STatus?

just one DC in the domain?
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by:Christian_Agard
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The network card was defective. It's fixed now
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ah cool cool

all the best
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