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peterm

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Have tried to install active directory on Server 2000
I Get the error message failed to create gpo for the domain
tlc.home .com ? any ideas
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How are you trying to install active directory? Have you tried dcpromo?

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No just from configure your computer - install ad
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Make sure to click "Start", "Run" and type dcpromo to make the pc a "Domain Controller". That should install Active Directory.

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tried that also
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I'm not sure on what to do then, because as far as I know the very first thing you have to do to migrate to a domain is run dcpromo to promote the pc to a "Domain Controller". Are you able to reformat and try fresh?

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