Configuring Standalone server to Domain controller

Posted on 2012-08-24
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
Please let me know steps on converting standalone server to Domain controller in W2003.

Question by:Aki2014
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    Put the Windows 2003 CD in the CD Drive
    Run adprep /forestprep
    Run adprep /domainprep
    Run DCpromo
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    Carefull, you are new. With lots of question open and but grades given.
    If you continue like that no one is going to take the time to answer you......
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    Dear AKI2014,

    First you need to understand requirement of a DOMAIN controller, Roles of DOMAIN Controller, is it a new DC in the already exist inviroment or its a fresh inviroment you want to create for Knowledge?

    Below is the link which will tell you step by step process with screenshot. kindly follow and dont hasitate to ask if anything is misunderstood.
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    for a fresh new domain controller run
    from command prompt
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    @v_2shaha ¡Good Job!.
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    by:Shahnawaz Ahmed
    @TI2Heaven ! Thanks Mate.

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