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Your MAD environment is still showing that DC as being a DC. Remove it
from MAD and it will go away but in the meantime you haven't cleaned it
out properly from there. IDM only does MAD queries to find these objects.

Good luck.





fdgoings wrote:
| Have a 2003 domain controller that failed and has been removed from the
| network. Password sync was "running" on that server. The Filters
| window now shows "server not responding". When I attempt to "remove"
| the status window changes to "updating registry" and then "Error
| updating registry (53)".
|
| How can I remove the one server from password sync without
| removing/re-installing Password Sync?? Their are about 10 other domain
| controllers that are running as filters.
|
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