Hi I'm trying to demote a domain controller. When running through the wizard I get to a section where I'm forced to delete all 'Application Directory Partitions' in order to continue with the demotion.
Please could someone reassure me that I'm not going to affect any of the java apps that are installed on the box. We would generally not set up our webservers as domain controllers but the client has gone and done this anyway.
Does this affect disk partitions? I would take a guess at no but can't be sure.
This is affecting our security model as we would normally use identical local accounts across all of the servers involved in our solution to authenticate access to data and not domain accounts. Any help that could be recieved on this would be welcome. Help files dont seem to speak my language on this one.
See if this link helps any. And, to be safe, use NTBackup and perform a System State backup and then a full system backup.
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