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Removing a forest and trust relationship with another server

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Hi,

i have a windows server 2000 which is a PDC on mydomain.com which also has a database running on it.

This server also has a trust relationship with a linux domain controller.

I want to demote this server to a standalone application server, will this break the trust relationship with the linux domain controller?
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If its the last DC it will.
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