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3 Restore the System State backup to the server you want to be a domain controller. For example, write the backup to a DVD, and then access the DVD using the NTBACKUP command on the server that you want to be a domain controller. Start NTBACKUP, and then click Restore And Manage Media as shown in the following screen.
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4 Catalog the backup file so that its details are available on the current computer. From the Tools menu, select Catalog A Backup File. In the Open Backup File dialog box, type the full file path to the backup file on the DVD or click Browse to file the backup file, and then click OK. 5 Expand the backup media entry, and then select System State, which is what you want to restore. 6 Under Restore Files To, select Alternate Location, and then, under Alternate Location, select the folder in which to restore the backup. Click Start Restore. When notified that you aren t restoring the System State, click OK. This is as it should be. Click OK again to begin the restore. Click Close when the restore finishes. 7 On the server you want to make a domain controller, install Active Directory in Advanced mode. You start the Active Directory Installation Wizard in Advanced mode by typing dcpromo /adv at a command prompt. 8 On the Domain Controller Type page, select Additional Domain Controller For An Existing Domain, and then click Next. 9 On the Copying Domain Information page, select From These Restored Backup Files, and then type the location of the restore backup files or click Browse to find them. 10 You can now complete the rest of the installation as discussed in the section entitled Creating Additional Domain Controllers for an Existing Domain earlier in this chapter. Continue with steps 3 to 10 and perform the post-installation checks as well.
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Uninstalling Active Directory
You uninstall Active Directory using the same techniques as you used to install it. You can run Configure Your Server and remove the Domain Controller (Active Directory) role, which in turn will start the Active Directory Installation Wizard, or you can simply type dcpromo at a command prompt to start the Active Directory Installation Wizard directly. When you uninstall Active Directory, you demote the domain controller and make it a member server in the domain. If you remove Active Directory from the last domain controller in the domain, the computer becomes a stand-alone server in a workgroup. You must be a member of the Domain Admins group to remove an additional domain controller in a domain, and a member of the Enterprise Admins group to remove the last domain controller from a domain.
Considerations for Removing Global Catalogs
If you run the Active Directory Installation Wizard on a domain controller that is also a global catalog server, you will see the warning prompt shown in the following screen:
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This prompt appears because you don t want to remove the last global catalog from the domain accidentally. If you remove the last global catalog from the domain, users won t be able to log on to the domain. A quick way to check to determine the global catalog servers in a domain is to type the following command at a command prompt:
dsquery server -domain DomainName | dsget server -isgc -dnsname
where DomainName is the name of the domain you want to examine. Consider the following example:
dsquery server -domain cpandl.com | dsget server -isgc -dnsname
Here, you are examining the cpandl.com domain to obtain a list of the global catalog servers according to their DNS names. The output is shown in two columns, for example:
dnsname corpsvr15.cpandl.com corpsvr17.cpandl.com isgc no yes
The first column is the DNS name of each domain controller in the domain. The second column is a flag that indicates whether the domain controller is also a global catalog. Thus, if the isgc value is set to yes for a domain controller, it is also a global catalog server.
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