N/APosted on - 01/16/2012
What will you do if you changed the server into DC, if you are assign to locate the remote with slow WAN link? And it could be effective to remove AD from a server, and what would you do afterwards?
What will you do if you change the server into DC?
After you successfully change your server into a domain controller you may not be able to start the users of the Active Directory and also the computers snap-in. You may also get an error which will be indicating that no authority can be contacted to authenticate the Active Directory.
The reason as to why to may get the problem above after changing the server to a domain controller may be because the DNS has not been configured properly. To resolve it, you will need to verify that all the zones on the DNS server have been configured in the right way and the DNS server has the authority for that zone that has the AD domain name.