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Controllers Domain with windows 2003

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Hi there,
Normaly, I have a 2 controller domains : PDC1 and PDC2.
If I stop both servers
I restart PDC2 and logme on PDC2: I have message “Impossible to connect to domain because it is unavailable”
I need to restart PDC1
Is it normal ?
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by:jmanishbabu
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This problem may occur if your DC is not a Global catalog server and not running the FSMO roles.

Check which DC all the FSMO roles are hosted . This is because you have no logon servers to login
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by:hanu_it
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You need to make sure that your secondary DC is Global catalog and DNS.
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How do I verif this ?
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