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Posted on 2014-09-10
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Hello All,

I am having problems with a rogue KMS server in one of our locations.  The server was apparently a KMS server at one time but was removed.  The server reappears at regular times in DNS under VLMCS - not sure how to FULLY remove the KMS service.

Any one have any ideas?
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Hi,

If already you know the location of the rougue KMS then follow this procedure to remove from your infrastructure
http://www.rivnet.ro/2013/02/how-to-remove-a-kms-server-from-your-infrastructure.html

Hope this helps
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Thanks all
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