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How To Delete Secondary Domain whose NDS tree does not exist.

(Last modified: 24Feb2004)

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How To Delete Secondary Domain whose NDS tree does not exist.


Novell GroupWise 5.5

Novell GroupWise 6

Novell GroupWise 6.5


The NDS object for the domain was also deleted.

Directory structure lost.

Domain information shows up in the GroupWise View.


The NDS tree was deleted.


The primary domain still thought the secondary was there.


1) Connect to the primary domain.
2) Select the primary domain in the NDS view.
3) Under Tools - GroupWise Utilities - Graft GroupWise Objects - choose the secondary domain.
4) After the graft - under the details of the secondary domain - change the path of the structure to a local server.
5) Go to Tools | GroupWise Utilities | System Maintenance.
6) Select Rebuild Database and Run.

7)  From Tools | GroupWise Utilities | System Maintenance choose to Release the secondary domain and run through the wizard.  

8) From Tools | GroupWise System Operations | External  System Synchronization and delete the domain that you just released. 

9) You will now be able to simply right click on the domain obect and choose delete. 



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  • Document ID:
  • 10011537
  • Solution ID: 4.0.1969734.2219452
  • Creation Date: 07Jul1999
  • Modified Date: 24Feb2004
    • NovellGroupware


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