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How to remove domain controller w/quid that we see in FRSDIAG

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How to remove domain controller w/quid that we see in FRSDIAG.  We see two tombstoned AD controllers in FRSDIAG but nothing in adsiedit or anywhere else.  Is this normal? How can we resolve this?
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by:mjm21
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Checking for errors/warnings in ntfrsutl ds ...
      ERROR : missing serverReference for server "SCSTDC01"
            See KB Article : 312862 Recovering Missing FRS Objects and FRS Attributes in Active Directory
     ERROR : missing Computer Ref for server "SCSTDC01"
            Look for frsComputerReference on KB Article : 312862 Recovering Missing FRS Objects and FRS Attributes in Active Directory
      ERROR : missing serverReference for server "SLHPDCIF01V\0ACNF:3E502E31-AAFB-4FB4-8113-118E5259AB0C"            See KB Article : 312862 Recovering Missing FRS Objects and FRS Attributes in Active Directory
      ERROR : missing Computer Ref for server "SLHPDCIF01V\0ACNF:3E502E31-AAFB-4FB4-8113-118E5259AB0C"
            Look for frsComputerReference on KB Article : 312862 Recovering Missing FRS Objects and FRS Attributes in Active Directory
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Navdeep earned 450 total points
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Check under adsite and services if you see the server object there. if you see it then you need to do metadata cleanup.

meta data cleanup
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216498
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by:snusgubben
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The errors you posted don't say their tombstoned, but missing FRS references. Those references can be fixed.
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by:mjm21
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I removed via adsiedit.msc and it purged FRSDiag.

CN=Domain System Volume (SYSVOL share),CN=File Replication Service,CN=System
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by:mjm21
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Thanks for your help
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