DC0 shows only itself in Active Directory. Also DC0 shows that it is has the RID, PDC and Infrastructure roles in AD.
DC0 is getting the error...
Event ID: 22
The time provider NtpServer encountered an error while digitally signing the NTP response for peer 192.168.1.12:123. NtpServer cannot provide secure (signed) time to the client and will ignore the request. The error was: The specified user does not exist. (0x80070525)
DC1 shows both domain controllers in AD. DC1 also thinks it has the Infrastructure role.
DC1 is getting the error....
Time Provider NtpClient: The response received from domain controller dc0l has a bad signature. The response may have been tampered with and will be ignored.
I have a user that I can not join to the domain. I forget the exact error at the moment but was something to do with "allocating a relative identifier".
What would be the best plan of action to fix the problem. If I demoted DC1 and re promoted it again would that fix the issues? Would I loose any data in AD or loose my permissions on the shared folders on DC1?
If I demote DC1 will I be able to promote it back to a domain controller, even though I have a computer I can't join.
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