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service control manager 7003 netlogon not start and can not re add to domain

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I had a server say called jane.  I replaced it with a new server and called that server jane.  I tried to dcpromo the first jane but would not.  I took it down, upgraded to win2k3 and then dcpromo/forceremoval which gave me a member domain.  I renamed the old server oldjane.  When I try to readd it to the domain it comes up with two errors.

Event ID 7003 service control manager "the net logon service depends on the following nonexistence service: lmHosts" and "the computer browser service depends on the following nonexistence service:lmhosts"

I saw microsoft kb 1518146 said remove tcp/ip and reinstalled.  Only way I could do so was unclick the tc/ip and it removed microsoft  networks.  Shut completely down.  Rebooted.  Reinstalled tcp/ip and microsoft network.  Shut down and rebooted.

Tried readding.  Same error but another message came up that "ane.domain.local" did not exist.

I can see the registry is corrupted but not sure where to go from here.

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Hi,

Please read the below comments;

http://eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=7003+&source=
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