i cant create a new namespace, one namespace exist and i have deleted before

Discussion in 'File Systems' started by okey, Oct 13, 2006.

  1. okey

    okey Guest

    Hello, sorry i am spanish and my english is bad.

    I have w.2003 R2, before i create a namespace , but now i had delete this
    namespace for error.

    Now i want to create a new namespace with a new name, but this interface do
    not permit create a new, the software he said that the namespace exist and i
    cant create a new.

    I want delete the namespace that exist, but i can´t

    How i deleted manually ?

    inicio, execute , cmd

    dfsutil /server:bi02s11 /view

    the result is:

    \bi02\asenta consulting

    This is de namespace that i do not delete.

    How deleting..... ?

    this is integrated with active directory.

    thanks a lot
     
    okey, Oct 13, 2006
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  2. HOW TO: Force Deletion of DFS Configuration Information

    224384

    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=224384



    A customer reported that an extra step is required in addition to what's in
    this KB article. His procedure is below (he added step 2c):

    1. Stop the DFS service by typing net stop dfs at a command prompt.

    2. Start Registry Editor and delete the following registry keys:

    a. Delete the Volumes folder and any subfolders under
    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\DfsHost.

    b. Delete all subfolders under

    HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\DfsDriver\LocalVolumes, leaving
    LocalVolumes intact.

    c. Delete the key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Dfs\Roots\Domain\xxx, where xxx
    represents the faulty namespace

    3. From the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in, click Advanced
    Features on the View menu. Open the DFS-Configuration container under the
    System folder. Delete the DFS root in the right pane.

    4. Restart the DFS service you stopped in step 1; net start dfs
     
    Jill Zoeller [MSFT], Oct 13, 2006
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  3. okey

    okey Guest

    ok, but my operating system is windows 2003 r2 , and the article is for
    windows 2000.

    thanks
     
    okey, Oct 14, 2006
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  4. It should still apply.

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    Want to learn more about Windows Server file and storage technologies? Visit
    our team blog at http://blogs.technet.com/filecab/default.aspx.
     
    Jill Zoeller [MSFT], Oct 16, 2006
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