Removing DSfW Domain Controllers

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  • Right off the bat, the script is too vague, for an entry which has no mention on this page. The first step was:
    "Enter the IP address of the eDirectory server".
    WHICH eDirectory server? The master of the partition? A separate LDAP server? or the DsfW server? If the latter, why not simply specify, "the DsfW Server?" But since the script should be run on the DsfW server itself, it seems superfluous to ask for the IP when it could easily get that info itself.
    Well, that's what I entered, I hope it works.
    Also, it seems to be merging partitions even though I didn't specify the -m option.
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  • Right off the bat, the script is too vague, for an entry which has no mention on this page. The first step was:
    "Enter the IP address of the eDirectory server".
    WHICH eDirectory server? The master of the partition? A separate LDAP server? or the DsfW server? If the latter, why not simply specify, "the DsfW Server?" But since the script should be run on the DsfW server itself, it seems superfluous to ask for the IP when it could easily get that info itself.
    Well, that's what I entered, I hope it works.
    Also, it seems to be merging partitions even though I didn't specify the -m option.
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