I did something really stupid. I have Windows 2000/2003\ndomain with 3 servers. The domain was was started with\none Win2000 server which was used as a RIP for several\nwide format printers (server name - D5HNC021). Eventualy\nI add other servers Graphics2(Win 2000) and Graphics3\n(Win2003).\nD5HNC021 had Active Directory installed since it was the\nfirst server in the domain. Graphics2 was the second\nserver indtalled with AD as a controler.\nAfter a year we decided to upgrade the RIP software on\nD5HNC021 but needed to do so by removing the current\ndrive, and reinstalling Win2000 server on a larger SCSI\ndrive.\nYou can see where this is going. Not paying attention I\ndowned the server, installed the new drive and then\nrebuilt the server with the new name Graphics1. In doing\nthis I did not reassign the Schema Master role, or any\nother role for that matter.\nWhen I attempt to use NTDSUTIL to sieze the role I get\nand error "RPC server unavailable". I even still have the\ndisk that contains the original installation of D5HNC021,\nbut when I replace it and boot the 2 servers will not see\neach other (D5HNC021 and GRAPHICS2).\nI simply need Graphics2 to assume the FSMO roles. What\nshould my next move be?