WE are currently joining our unix server to company domain,

1)how we will know which DC the server has joined into,
and it is creating CNF objects,

2)can we delete CNF objects , will it impact anything?
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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
If you joining computer to Active Directory and you have more than one DC then information will be synchronized across whole Forest.
There is not such of think like which DC the server has joined into,
You can check to which DC object authenticated to.

If we talking about CNF, they are duplicates, so you can delete it but there is a procedure how to find and remove CNF duplicates.
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pramod1Author Commented:
You can check to which DC object authenticated to.-( how can we check this)
pramod1Author Commented:
if we don't know which container it is being put to? can we still find cnf
Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
It's hard to ask controller who is authenticated by powerhell command but you can use TCPView program from Sysinternals and run it on DC to see all connection
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