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How to add an additional domain controller using command line

1.

Run command prompt, type the following, and then press ENTER:

dcpromo /unattend /unattendOption:value /unattendOption:value ...

For example, to creates an additional domain controller with the global catalog and installs and configures DNS Server service, use this command:

dcpromo /unattend /InstallDns:yes /confirmGC:yes /replicaOrNewDomain:replica /replicaDomainDNSName: contoso.com/databasePath:"e:\ntds" /logPath:"e:\ntdslogs" /sysvolpath:"g:\sysvol" /safeModeAdminPassword:Chicag0Tech /rebootOnCompletion:yes

2.

When you have typed all the options that are required to create the additional domain controller, press ENTER.

 

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