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I have a server 2012 that is a AD DS and I need to remove AD DS from this server.  I am settin g up and additional 2012 server and joining it to the domain and promoting it to a domain controller.  I will need to remote AD DS from the existing server 2012.  Does any one have any setps to help me.
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Please follow below article and make changes according to your env
Please note that below link is for single DC env hence do not check "Last domain controller in the domain" box if you have multiple DC's

Domain Controller demotion on Windows Server 2012
http://terrytlslau.tls1.cc/2012/03/domain-controller-demotion-on-windows.html
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thanks for the quick response
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