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windows server 2003

I just demoted windows server 2003 from dc and just made it as a member server

after that I can not log in but I am getting following error:

"not enough storage space to process this command"

what should I do
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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pramod1

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I can log into any machine except this on one windows server 2003 which I demoted as member server as I was promoting other windows server 2008 as DC
Scott C

Can you remote into the registry on that server and try the above steps?

It's for older versions of NT but it's worth a shot.
Will Szymkowski

Try logging in to the server locally using the admin account. From there check your drive space.

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pramod1

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how can I remote in the registry
Scott C

1.Run REGEDIT on your workstation or on another Server.
2.Click on File, then choose “Connect Network Registry”.
3. In the Select Computer search box either browse Active Directory to locate the remote server, or type its name in the dialog box.

See if that will work.  

Do you know if there is enough disk space as Will suggested?
pramod1

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I cannot log in through admin account so how do I connect to registry remotely
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Scott C

See above.  Must have cross-posted.
pramod1

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which file
pramod1

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which file to click on registry
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Scott C

Start/Run then Regedit.

If you are able to connect to the remote registry follow the steps in the article in my first post.
pramod1

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let me try
Scott C

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it is giving permission error
pramod1

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if I am  trying to remote in from other server, it is giving permission denied error