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Hyper V core 2012 demotion from  domain controller

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hi Experts,

I am testing server Core 2012. I installed it successfully. Ran all my tests. now I want to decommission it.
Can you please help me doing it?
I need to test 3 things
1) Decommission it when it is only DC in the forest
2) Decommission it when it is Child domain
3) Decommission it when it is Additional domain controller.


Thanks in advance.
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I know you can make it a full GUI and then do it, but I don't want to do that.
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got the info that I need
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