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I reverted a vm in Hyper-V to an snap shot and got the error above while logging in.

I'm attempting to use the Netdom command in Server 2012 to get the server back with the DC again.

It's a CRM app server so I really need to have the same GUIDs from the LDAP database match the guids in the SQL tables.

So I think I can use the Netdom command using the following.

NETDOM RESET magcrm /Domain:ATL /Server:atldc2 /User0:cspanburgh /Password0:0

This prompts me for the password and the return is:
Target account is incorrect.

HUMBLY ASKING FOR HELP.



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Well, the old reset , and subsequent disjoin and join worked .

The Deployment administrator application resolved the application server to the SQL server so paranoid doubt is resolved so far.

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> I reverted a vm in Hyper-V to an snap shot and got the error above while logging in.

Don't do that [smile]

Rejoining is the correct solution, by the way.

> It's a CRM app server so I really need to have the same GUIDs from the LDAP database match the guids in the SQL tables.

GUID --> SID? The DB is ACL'd to the computer account? Hmm... I'm glad I don't have to support that.

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If you really want to use snapshots like that, you can turn off the auto password reset on the computeraccounts. Im not sure if you can do that for individual computeraccounts or the whole domain. This is normally something for testenvironments only as it significantly lowers the security of your domain.
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thanks Dennis.  

Since it has happened, it seems like a good Idea for me to troubleshoot the issue.

There is a tool called the CRM2011Diag Tool that still works very well with CRM 2016 update 1 on Premise.

It creates trace logs , Development logs and does a forensic of all the DCs, SQL Servers, Reporting servers and Application/web servers in the Dynamics CRM Deployment.

So far I see a GUID that belongs to a security account for one of the services that is disabled.  I have to compare that to the system user base table in the CRM Organization database.

As always when things go wrong, I learn something.

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