Proper way to change cluster domain membership 
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 Proper way to change cluster domain membership
Tom,
Not sure if I follow you. So you want to delete the old account, create
a new one with the as login name, and password, right? Yes, it should
work.

David Gao, MCSE, MCDBA

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Mon, 27 Sep 2004 14:38:25 GMT
 Proper way to change cluster domain membership

David,

Sorry I wasn't more clear.  I meant the machine's domain
account is corrupt.  I did not intend to do anything with
the service accounts used for the cluster of the virtual
server.

Tom

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>-----Original Message-----
>Tom,
>Not sure if I follow you. So you want to delete the old
account, create
>a new one with the as login name, and password, right?
Yes, it should
>work.

>David Gao, MCSE, MCDBA

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Mon, 27 Sep 2004 23:40:26 GMT
 Proper way to change cluster domain membership
Tom,
How do you know the domain account is corrupt?
This is briefly tested in my lab, seems working, but I have no idea if
it will work in your situation, you should test in your lab again or
call Microsoft PSS, there is a windows clustering group.

Here are the steps:
1. remove the nonactive node from domain in domain controller. Add back
to account.
2. join workgroup from the nonactive node, reboot
3. join back to the domain from the nonactive node, reboot.

It seems to be working for now.

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Tue, 28 Sep 2004 05:54:48 GMT
 Proper way to change cluster domain membership
Tom,
I would suggest you post your question under the Windows newsgroup, or open
a support incident.  The procedure you would need to do IF you have a
corrupt machine account could cause complications which could result in
having to rebuild your cluster.  I would feel more comfortable if you
discussed this topic with the Windows group as well.  They can offer you
specifics.
Donna Lambert
Microsoft SQL Server Support

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| Tom,
| How do you know the domain account is corrupt?
| This is briefly tested in my lab, seems working, but I have no idea if
| it will work in your situation, you should test in your lab again or
| call Microsoft PSS, there is a windows clustering group.
|
| Here are the steps:
| 1. remove the nonactive node from domain in domain controller. Add back
| to account.
| 2. join workgroup from the nonactive node, reboot
| 3. join back to the domain from the nonactive node, reboot.
|
| It seems to be working for now.
|
| David Gao, MCSE, MCDBA
|
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Sat, 09 Oct 2004 04:17:35 GMT
 
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