Removing a read-only domain controller

Active Directory is a great product, except that it doesn’t natively do housekeeping functions for you. In my home lab, I noticed that I had an obsolete domain controller enumerated in the site (running at Windows Server 2008 R2 level). It may seem risky to delete a domain controller from the Active Directory Sites And Services utility because domain controller accounts are handled differently in Active Directory.

Read the entire post at the Servers and Storage blog at TechRepublic.



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