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Adding an existing domain to Rootdomain

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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi,

i`ve a little problem with our existing Domain.
We`ve created a root domain (ads.intern) and subdomain (xxx.ads.intern).
The problem is that the subdomain xxx.ads.intern is not longer a child domain. however...

There is no Server from the childdomain in our Site Name and i cannot access any servers/computers from the root in the child domain anymore.

Is it possible to add our childdomain again with the ads.intern?
We`ve installed a fileserver with group/user access and much more which depents on Active Directory... Last week we`ve migrated all 250 users to the xxx.ads.intern.

So, is it possible to "readd" this child to our root domain?

Thanks + rgds,
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