Seizing FSMO Roles

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10 responses to “Seizing FSMO Roles”

  1. Terrance says :

    Very nice instructions and works great! Thanks

  2. Robert Schmidt says :

    Very nice instruction indeed! Very clear and quit easy. You saved my day today!

  3. says :

    When I originally commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each
    time a comment is added I get three e-mails
    with the same comment. Is there any way you can remove me from
    that service? Thank you!

    • iSiek says :


      I’m sorry but I also could not find any option to unsubscribe you from receiving new comments of this post


  4. iTerry says :

    Hi, I can to use it when to error message is: “Windows cannot create the object because the Directory Service was unable to allocate a relative identifier

  5. says :

    Great post, you have a mistake in your summarize instructions:

    2003 server:fsmo maintenance: seize domain naming master (enter)

    should just be: seize naming master


    • iSiek says :

      Thank you!

      Actually there is no mistake 🙂

      for Windows Server 2003 to seize Domain Namin Master you need to use seize domain naming master
      but for Windows Server 2008 and newer seize naming master

      But thank you for your remark


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