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How to force remove additional domain controller in Windows Server 2012 R2

In this post, I will discuss how to remove RODC holds a read-only copy of AD database. Read-Only Domain Controller or RODC is a type of domain controller which holds a read-only copy of active directory database.

  • Steps like removing DC are common.
  • We use Force when there is no connection to the main server for any reason.
  • On the Active Directory Domain Services Configuration Wizard page, selectEnable Force the removal of this domain controller .

  • Enter the first server and go to Active Directory Sites and Services.
  • Entering the first server from the Default-First-Site-Name section will delete the second server.
Sabir Hussain Soomro
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