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Hi
i have a problem with one of our servers on one site i have server01 which was our first domain controller and a intranet server which is now a domain controller, server01 has all 5 rolls but in AD users and computers it is referencing the intranet server, everything is ok in sites and services (we have another site with two domain controllers in it)
I need to get AD back to server01 as the Intranet server is being redployed shortly, i have tried restarting server01 while the intrnet server was off and the remote site link disconnected, the server came back but was very screwed up until i brought the intranet box back, everything stablised then

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Hi,
As per your question, I assume that you want tp trasnfer the 5 FSMO roles to Server01 from INtranet server.
Please follow the steps as laid out to transfer the roles:
Hope this helps
Thanks
Nitin
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