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AD could not transfer the remaining data in CN+Schema CN+Configuration

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I'm trying to use DCpromo to remove a DC then shut it down.  When I do it fails with the attached screen shot

The partial error is
AD could not transfer the remaining data in CN=Schema CN=Configuration, DC=domain name

I've run dcpromo before and never had this happen.  What is the solution?

Thanks,

J.R.
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