But since the hardware failure occurred on the primary DC1/file server for the entire network. Go to Administrative Tools > Active Directory Domains and Trusts In here right click your domain and go to properties, in the Trusts tab you'll see a list of the domains. That removed them though. If this doesn't work, you may have to give M$ a buzz.. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-remove/cannot-remove-trusted-sites.html
I'm very glad it worked out :-) 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. That would mean an Enterprise Admin from another school could access your network I presume? Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/228d9251-8fe3-4477-9f04-48896269d6cf/external-trust-cannot-be-removed-from-ad-domains-and-trusts?forum=winserverDS
Thanks. A Trusted-domain Object Cannot Be Found Quickies RT @alexadevs: Learn to Build Alexa Skills in C# & ASP.NET on @Pluralsight. Duffner, Sep 27, 2005, in forum: Active Directory Replies: 0 Views: 388 V. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22707059/Can't-delete-trust-to-a-non-existant-domain.html Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity DCpromo down a server and adding it back 8 20 7d clearing an obsolete 2003 server from our domain 8 39 14d OPINIONS please
I got an error during the process, but putting it into MS support gave me : http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;887424 I followed that step and then went back and followed the steps you gave From a command prompt on the master in Domain-1 when I use the NETDOM TRUST command: "netdom trust domain-1/ d:domain-2 /remove /force" I get the error: "Trust not removed! The thing is none of these domains can be contacted anymore. Since these _domains_ do not exist you shouldn't have any direct issues.
I found out the district had these 3 other domains in the login list before because they used to connect to them a few years ago when our schools servers had my review here Then in AD Sites and Services I delete the replication between the primary DC's with the old domain. Remove Orphaned Domain Trust You have said that the domains 2008r2svr2 and backupdc are trusted by your company.local domain and that 2008r2svr1 trusts company.local. We > don't need the domain anymore, but they never demoted it before reloading it > and I want to remove the invalid trusts before it starts causing us issues. >
They are actual Domains. check over here So how do I remove the domain by hand? I hope this works for you!!! -Rich 0 Mace OP Chamele0n Jul 26, 2012 at 1:15 UTC Rich: This seemed like a very promising approach. Nice job!
LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread!Add Thread to del.icio.usBookmark in TechnoratiTweet this threadShare on Facebook!Reddit! You have said that the domains 2008r2svr2 and backupdc are trusted by your company.local domain and that 2008r2svr1 trusts company.local. Marked as answer by LA1976 Thursday, January 27, 2011 10:39 AM Wednesday, January 26, 2011 9:48 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have seen it and found http://sauvblog.com/cannot-remove/cannot-remove-trust-domain.html For example, there is nothing worse than approving updates and they just have… Windows Server 2003 Transferring Active Directory FSMO Roles to a Windows 2012 Domain Controller Video by: Rodney This
I'm now having the same issue with a domain that was taken offline before the trust was deleted and I can't remove it without connecting to the domain trying to perform I'll call them master.com, invalid1.master.com, > > invalid2.master.com and valid.master.com. > > > > Invalid1 and 2 were domains that had existed, were trusted - and then > > someone removed Cannot see it in ADSI edit below CN=system..
Check to see if "Protect from accidental deletion" is selected. That did the trick. When I right clicked my subdomain [the domain I manage here at this school] in domains and trusts, I could only find the root domain, no other subdomains. weblink That is awesome!!
I'll call them master.com, invalid1.master.com, > invalid2.master.com and valid.master.com. > > Invalid1 and 2 were domains that had existed, were trusted - and then > someone removed those domain controllers without Good luck, I hope this helps some poor sap like I used to be! Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer?
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You have big troubles when no dc exists in the parent domain (call Microsoft! ) the parent domain is also called "forest root domain" 0 Message Author Comment by:taltomare2007-12-11 Comment Since the domains that I named it as don't actually exist, it doesn't seem to be causing problems that I can see. 0 Mace OP Chamele0n Jul I don't need to have the trust between the 2 domains anymore. Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums Windows Client Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 (한국어)中华人民共和国
The current admin account I am using is a Schema and enterprise admin and 2008R2SVR1 I am using the account on has both Forest FSMO's roles, actually to be technical it JRM Guest In a Windows 2000 Active Directory structure (will be upgraded when all of our Domain controllers are on 2003) we currently show 4 domains under AD domains and Trusts. When you are finished, disable or remove the account you just created, to be safe.