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Trying to demote 2003 server

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I am trying to run the powershell command Uninstall-ADDSDomainController on my SBS 2003 server after completing 2012 R2 migration but I just get command not found.  I'm running Powershell as administrator.
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Dejan Vasiljevic earned 500 total points
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Hi dpacheco,

Don't know how would You try that command in powershell, but I do know how to demote Windows Server 2003.
On a domain controller, go to START, then click on RUN.
Type in dcpromo to open AD Installation Wizard and click on next.
On Remove Active Directory click next and continue to follow the wizard...

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D.
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Yeah I take everything literally, the migration document i'm using is general and covers 2008 as well. DC promo it is. I need a nap. Thanks
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