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Does demoting a DC to a member server affect filesharing permissions?

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Hi,

Does anyone know when demoting a DC to a member server will affect filesharing permissions or not? I have DC that I want to change back to a member server, but there is quite a lot of shared folders that would be a nightmare to reconfigure for sharing. I do have another DC near by that will continue to serve in that function.

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