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  1. Hi, just discovered our company's 2 DC (DC1 and DC2) have both same ObjectSID. I'm not 100% sure if this is the cause to some of the problems in our domain like i.e 1. When a computer name is disjoined in our domain, the next time that you joined a system with the same computer name, it will proceed in joining the domain but during the first time that a user will login using his/her credentials, Trust relationship will happen. The only time this user can login is when he/she unplugs the cable. The only remedy we have at this point is to change the computer name. I've experienced disjoining a computer system on a domain that doesnt have any issues but as soon as I rejoin this machine, there won't have any problems. Thanks Jeff
  2. Hello everyone, Wondering if I could get some advise. I have 2 servers 1) Windows server 2008 R2 Roles Active Directory Domain Controller (GC) DNS Files services 2) Windows Server 2003 Roles DHCP Print Server DNS Domain Controller I want to move the following roles over to the Windows 2008 server ( DHCP, Print Services) and I want to wipe out the Windows 2003 server and upgrade to Windows 2008. Do i need to demote the Windows Server 2003 first from being a DC, then wipe out? Thank s for help and advice. I have attached a copy of some of the roles, any help and advice will be great.
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