troubleshooting Question

AD server at remote location tombstoned

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Active DirectoryWindows Server 2008
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We have a ad server at a remote location which I believe became tombstoned (need to verify but its been more then 60 days so it should be), which is having trouble replicating and pc's there can not connect back in to the network now that the server is back in place.

Do I want to demote it as a AD server then readd it back in, or do I want to try to fix the tombstoning.  There is one pc which is out of wack (reauthenticated to the AD server which is tombstoned, which I realize now will be a problem when I go to fix things).

It is also hosting DNS, DHCP, Printing and file serving at this location.
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