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Surprising... > > > > > >"Mike Brady" <> wrote in message >news:844d01c43207$e0a7f500$... >> Yes I tried that and got the same Error Message. Simple template. yep - thanks for that - I'm just trying to finish a migration of a really flaky SBS2003 box to SBS2011, and have already had some strange errors, leaving me wondering Once you change the DNS setting to the new DNS server you will be able to demote the server without this issue. Check This Out

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 1:17 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks to citapinc, this is what resolved the issue for us! DCDIAGs on all the >> DCS come back clean. >> >> When I run DCPROMO on DC1 I go through all the steps then >> get a dialog box that says: Skip to content Mat's TechBlog Error When Trying to Demote a Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller via the Command Line If you've deployed a Windows Server 2008 core install running AD I have two other DCs (DC2 & DC3) running for a total of 3. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/8b76b4cc-046c-46ef-a213-a19bb790860f/dcpromo-demote-win2k3-server?forum=winservergen

Being in panic mode, this worked perfectly. July 24, 2014 at 5:20 PM Bawhead III said... DCpromo wants to shutdown net logon, help it out. I had the same problem with an error on a specific domain controller when it was unable to deal with the NETLOGON service properly.

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There's > nothing in the Event Viewers and I can't find anything on > support.microsoft.com, Technet or a search through the > web. See: >> >http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=332199 >> > >> > >> >"Mike Brady" <> wrote in message >> >news:828a01c43201$9f68ad10$... >> >> I've upgraded to a 2000 AD from a 4.0 domain recently >> and You may experience an error during the demotion of the Source server, namely: Active Directory Installation Wizard The operation failed because: Failed to configure the service NETLOGON as requested “The wait Surprising... "Mike Brady" <> wrote in message news:844d01c43207$e0a7f500$... > Yes I tried that and got the same Error Message.

Error demoting domain controller: Failed to configure the service NETLOGON Received this error while demoting an SBS 2003 Active Directory domain controller as a final part of a migration to SBS DNS runs on DC2 and all > >> the FSMO rolls have been moved to DC2. There's >> >> nothing in the Event Viewers and I can't find anything >> on >> >> support.microsoft.com, Technet or a search through the >> >> web. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21580737/DCpromo-fails-with-Netlogon-service-error.html Changed DNS on local network adaptor - Enter IP of another DNS server (Don't put local IP as DNS).

Mike Brady Guest I've upgraded to a 2000 AD from a 4.0 domain recently and I want to remove the original 4.0 PDC (DC1) which has been upgraded to 2000 with Simple. Friday, June 28, 2013 8:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I just experience the same issue, but the answer is very easy to handle. According to your description, I understand that you are not able to demote a Windows 2003 DC with the error " Failed to configure the service NETLOGON as requested." To

If so it seems that its not synced right with other DNSes.. Thats the soluution i found. I ran AD Schema and verified that the FSMO is already on another DC. Bookmark the permalink.

If you are not able to remove it using dcpromo then you need to remove this domain controller forecefully by using FORCEREMOVAL switch with dcpromo.exe. http://qaisoftware.com/failed-to/failed-to-configure-propagation-share-moss-2007.html What do I do to solve this? thanks again February 18, 2011 at 1:09 PM boma23 said... After confirming all other domain controllers now recognized that the server was no longer a global catalog server (checked sites and services on each one for the checkbox)I then tried the

The demotion isn't going to work with the NETLOGON service stopped. In most cases, to read an encrypted email you must enter a secret key that will enable you to decrypt the email. Rebooted and ran DCPROMO and it worked fine. >-----Original Message----- >I've upgraded to a 2000 AD from a 4.0 domain recently and >I want to remove the original 4.0 PDC (DC1) http://qaisoftware.com/failed-to/failed-to-configure-commserve-database.html I would like to keep from using /forceremoval but is this a sign of something wrong in my AD or just on the DC i am trying to remove. 7/06 14:24:32

Install servers, server apps, blackberry servers, networking hardware like Cisco switches routers, ASA firewalls, Sonicwall firewalls, and of course all levels of Microsoft from AD, DNS, to even desktops. Make sure other domain controllers are alive and working properly before you remove this DC from domain. Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

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See: > >http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=332199 > > > > > >"Mike Brady" <> wrote in message > >news:828a01c43201$9f68ad10$... > >> I've upgraded to a 2000 AD from a 4.0 domain recently > and There's >> nothing in the Event Viewers and I can't find anything on >> support.microsoft.com, Technet or a search through the >> web. Have you tried the following links?: > >http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx? http://qaisoftware.com/failed-to/failed-to-start-and-configure-the-wsus-service-2012.html This might allow you to complete the DC demotion.