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Need to remove and re-add windows 2008 member server to domain.  Advice or special considerations?

Posted on 2014-02-25
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Can i just unjoin and rejoin or is there anything special I should do?  Thanks.
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DEAR LB1234,


Its quite simple, you just need to unjoin and rejoin it back into the domain. It might ask you to reboot,

Note - I am considering that you have Suffieicnt Admin rights to Join a machines into the domain.
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If you want to do from a different way via command prompt then follow the below steps.

Using "NETDOM REMOVE computername /Domain:domainname /Force" from command promt then join back from GUI

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Could you please close the question if you got the answer and issue has been rectified
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