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Deleted Domain User

Posted on 2011-09-15
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Hi,

I was able to delete my Exchange server 2010. thanks to: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_27303108.html

But all the users that aslo were in the domain controller are deleted.
So I added them back in. But now i can't login at my workstations with the users anymore.

Trustrelationship broken or i login but all settings are gone.

How can i fix this?
Can i restore the users back?

Thanks.
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Question by:jonas-p
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by:MidnightOne
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You should be able to use the last domain controller system state backup to restore the domain back to its previous state. What backup software are you using?
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rejoin the computers that have  trust issue.
When you log in as a new user and settings are missing can you go to  c:\users\ or c:\documents and settings and see %username%.yourdomainname.? If so just copy the %username% settings to the %username%.yourdomainname by logging in as administrator after a reboot.
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dahesi earned 500 total points
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hmm you "re-created" them manually?

As i see in your old thread, you are using 2008 R2 right?
There is a new feature in R2 called "AD recycle bin"
Maybe you are lucky and you can find the deleted objects:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd379509(WS.10).aspx
..but be carefull.
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