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  • Hello

    Is it required transfer 5 FSMO for child domain migration?

    or just transfer RID / PDC / infartucture master ?

    Thanks !

    2010年10月18日 上午 07:12

解答

  • Dear Customer,

     

    Thank you for your post.

     

    According to my research, seizing an operations master role means forcing a transfer of an operations master role from a domain controller that has failed to a functioning domain controller. Seizing an operations master role is a drastic step that you should consider only if the current operations master will never be available again. If the cause of the failure is a networking problem or a software or hardware failure that you can resolve in a timely manner, wait for the operations master role holder to become available again.

     

    You should seize a role only if you confirm the problematic Domain Controller will be permanently offline. Otherwise, if the pervious operations master comes on online after you have performed the role seizure, there will be role conflicts.

     

    You may refer to the following article to transfer the roles:

    HOW TO: View and Transfer FSMO Roles in the Graphical User Interface

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=255690

     

    Using Ntdsutil.exe to Seize or Transfer FSMO Roles to a Domain Controller

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=255504

     

    If you come across any problem, please let me know in detail.

     

    Hope this helps!

     

    Sincerely,

    Tom Zhang


    Tom Zhang – MSFT
    2010年10月22日 上午 08:49
    版主

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  • Can somebody help ?
    2010年10月19日 下午 11:44
  • Dear Customer,

     

    Thank you for your post.

     

    According to my research, seizing an operations master role means forcing a transfer of an operations master role from a domain controller that has failed to a functioning domain controller. Seizing an operations master role is a drastic step that you should consider only if the current operations master will never be available again. If the cause of the failure is a networking problem or a software or hardware failure that you can resolve in a timely manner, wait for the operations master role holder to become available again.

     

    You should seize a role only if you confirm the problematic Domain Controller will be permanently offline. Otherwise, if the pervious operations master comes on online after you have performed the role seizure, there will be role conflicts.

     

    You may refer to the following article to transfer the roles:

    HOW TO: View and Transfer FSMO Roles in the Graphical User Interface

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=255690

     

    Using Ntdsutil.exe to Seize or Transfer FSMO Roles to a Domain Controller

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=255504

     

    If you come across any problem, please let me know in detail.

     

    Hope this helps!

     

    Sincerely,

    Tom Zhang


    Tom Zhang – MSFT
    2010年10月22日 上午 08:49
    版主