I would like to update the schema on windows 2000 DC to add windows 2003 DC . I am running this command on FSMO role owner, RID, PDC and infrastructure owner. I am running this on Windows server 2000 DC
it holds FSMO role owner, RID, PDC and infrastructure owner. This server runnong on Service pack4. when i try to run the "adprep /forestprep, i am getting below error message.
Microsoft Windows 2000 [Version 5.00.2195] (C) Copyright 1985-2000 Microsoft Corp. C:\Documents and Settings\Kchethireddy>e: E:\>cd i386 E:\I386>adprep /forestprep ADPREP WARNING: Before running adprep, all Windows 2000 domain controllers in the forest should be upgraded to Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 (SP1) with QFE 265089, or to Windows 2000 SP2 (or later). QFE 265089 (included in Windows 2000 SP2 and later) is required to prevent poten tial domain controller corruption. For more information about preparing your forest and domain see KB article Q3311 61 at http://support.microsoft.com. [User Action] If ALL your existing Windows 2000 domain controllers meet this requirement, type C and then press ENTER to continue. Otherwise, type any other key and press ENT ER to quit.
c Opened Connection to CORPORATE SSPI Bind succeeded Current Schema Version is 13 Upgrading schema to version 30 ERROR: Failed to transfer the schema FSMO role: 52 (Unavailable). If the error code is "Insufficient Rights", make sure you are logged in as a mem ber of the schema admin group. Adprep was unable to upgrade the schema on the schema master. [Status/Consequence] The schema will not be restored to its original state. [User Action] Check the Ldif.err log file in the C:\WINNT\system32\debug\adprep\logs\200903262 05624 directory for detailed information.
Adprep was unable to update forest-wide information. [Status/Consequence] Adprep requires access to existing forest-wide information from the schema maste r in order to complete this operation. [User Action] Check the log file, Adprep.log, in the C:\WINNT\system32\debug\adprep\logs\20090 326205624 directory for more information.
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