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remove NT 4 domain ctrl

Posted on 2009-12-16
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Last Modified: 2013-11-21
What is the best way of removing a NT 4 DC from AD 2003. The NT 4 server is currently down, I would like to eventually fix the server and upgrade it to 2003
Question by:ygatica
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you need to seize your new DC first.
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Batuhan Cetin earned 2000 total points
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Follow this article to completely remove the metadata left over in AD from your NT4 DC. Also delete the computer account for that machine. Then reinstall your machine and promote it as you always do.


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I selected this solutions as the best solution on how to remove NT 4.0 It seems that it should work.

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