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How to delete manually DFSR member in Windows 2003 R2?

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Hi,


I have 2 members in my Windows 2003 R2 DFSR. One of them has crashed so I remount the server.

Now I would like to delete the member of the DFSR replication group. By File Server Management it does not work because it does not see my crashed server as before (it shows:Not Defined).

How can I delete it manually?

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Should I have to delete the DfsrPrivate folder too?
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Finally I got it remove by deleting from ADSIEDIT as suggested by this link:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverfiles/thread/2463ce92-7767-4135-b8c7-31c736bdabc2/
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This work for my issue
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