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downgrade Active Directory from 64 bit to 32 bit.

Posted on 2007-11-25
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I have domain with single DC, currently running on windows server 2003 R2 64 bit Service Pack
can i move current DC to 32 bit DC,
I tried already backup AD and restore back to 32 bit machine .Isn't working.
any body have step by step.
If can't i have to think other way
Active Directory from 64 bit to 32 bit.

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by:chokdii
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I definitely wouldn't suggest doing this.
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can i mixed DC with 32 bit and 64 bit
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You need to create machine on 32bit os and dcpromo, transfer all the FSMO/GC to that machine then DCpromo the 64 bit machine down to a normal server.
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