Removing user in User Accounts causes hang

Posted on 2009-07-06
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Last Modified: 2013-11-29
Environment:  Dell PowerEdge T300 running Windows Serve 2008 Standard SP2 x64.

I recently added this machine as an additional Windows Domain Controller into the existing AD domain, and after adding it as a DC, in the User Accounts settings (Start->Run...->control userpasswords2) there were a lot of users listed I want to remove.  Now, if I select one and click "Remove", the User Accounts window hangs ("(Not Responding)"), and I have to force quit it.  Any idea what is causing this/how to stop it from hanging?
Question by:cgtyoder
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ID: 24788730
how long after you added it were you trying to remove the account? its possible it was still replicating data. did your promo go smoothly?

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promo went smoothly - this is several days after the addition to the domain.

Domain is at Win 2000 Native funtional level, if that matters at all.

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cgtyoder earned 0 total points
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Just went ahead and bit the bullet and did the Force Quit all those times.  This can be closed.

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