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finding and changing fsmoroleowner attribute

Posted on 2011-03-24
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Hello,
 for SCOM 2007 R2 AD management pack I have to change fsmoroleowner attribute,
(It seems a very old dc is there now)
with the below command I see the wron dc
ldifde -f Infra_DomainDNSZones.ldf -d "CN=Infrastructure,DC=DomainDnsZones,DC=contoso,DC=com" -l fSMORoleOwner

but with every other method I see the correct DC.
Can you guide me to change this attribute from adsi edit or ntdsutil as I can't find it.
Thank you
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by:SysExpert
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I would first run dcdiag verbose, on a few DC's to confirm who has the role and to make sure that everything is synced properly.

DCDIAG /V /C /D /E /s:yourdcname > c:\dcdiag.log
netdiag.exe /v > c:\netdiag.log (On each dc)

you should not get conflicting info on FMSO

I hope this helps !

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by:TAI-
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Hello sysexpert,
this is not a fsmo role problem,
it is a wrong attribute which let the scripts get error  problem :)
Kind a known problem for scom but I'm having problem finding the attribute
thank you
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by:wwwally
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I think your looking for this complete tuning guide for the AD MP by Cameron fuller
http://systemcentercentral.com/BlogDetails/tabid/143/indexId/36600/Default.aspx
Regards,
Walter
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TAI- earned 0 total points
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the solution is,
in adsiedit connect to dc=domaindnszones,dc=domain,dc=com (write manually in connection point section)
same for forestdnszones.
the check the attribute
thank you
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by:TAI-
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This is where this attribute is
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