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I have 2 domain controllers in my lab environment. I'm getting all kinds of errors due to tombstone lifetime. When I try to increase the 'tombstonelifetime' , I don't have the privileges to edit it. I'm logging in with a Domain Admin account. Any ideas how I can resolve this.
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You have to make sure your account is also a member of the Enterprise Admin group.

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