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Last Step of Metadata Cleanup Confirm Subtree Deletion?? Windows 2008 - Metada Cleanup. DCPromo /forceremoval did not work.

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Windows 2008 - Metada Cleanup. DCPromo /forceremoval did not work.   Removed/Deleted one of 3 windows 2008 domain controller. It It is GC, DNS, but non FSMO domain controller.  

I am on my Last Step of domain controller Metadata Cleanup.
Confirm Subtree Deletion??   confirm subtree deletion - metadata cleanup windows 2008What does this option do?  I did try to google. But having hard time finding solid answers.

Do I check "Use Delete Subtree server Control" to complete metadata cleanup?

Thank you!
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object has a  child object and asking a confirmation to delete the child objects

http://mikemstech.blogspot.in/2011/12/active-directory-leaf-object-confirm.html
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