Script “despromoção forçada” de DCs

Script para automatização da tarefa de remover dados do Active Directory após rebaixamento sem êxito de Controlador de Domínio.

Usando quando o comando dcrpomo /forceremoval não resolve ou quando o DC é inexistente (offline).

Procedimento Manual: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216498

Script VBS:

REM    ==========================================================
REM                GUI Metadata Cleanup Utility
REM             Written By Clay Perrine
REM                          Version 2.5
REM    ==========================================================
REM     This tool is furnished “AS IS”. NO warranty is expressed or Implied.

on error resume next
dim objRoot,oDC,sPath,outval,oDCSelect,objConfiguration,objContainer,errval,ODCPath,ckdcPath,myObj,comparename

rem =======This gets the name of the computer that the script is run on ======

Set sh = CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
key= “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE”
computerName = sh.RegRead(key & “\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\ComputerName\ComputerName\ComputerName”)

rem === Get the default naming context of the domain====

set objRoot=GetObject(“LDAP://RootDSE”)
sPath = “LDAP://OU=Domain Controllers,” & objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)

rem === Get the list of domain controllers====

Set objConfiguration = GetObject(sPath)
For Each objContainer in objConfiguration
outval = outval & vbtab &  objContainer.Name & VBCRLF
Next
outval = Replace(outval, “CN=”, “”)

rem ==Retrieve the name of the broken DC from the user and verify it’s not this DC.===

oDCSelect= InputBox (outval,” Enter the computer name to be removed”,””)
comparename = UCase(oDCSelect)

if comparename = computerName then
msgbox “The Domain Controller you entered is the machine that is running this script.” & vbcrlf & _
“You cannot clean up the metadata for the machine that is running the script!”,,”Metadata Cleanup Utility Error.”
wscript.quit
End If

sPath = “LDAP://OU=Domain Controllers,” & objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
Set objConfiguration = GetObject(sPath)

For Each objContainer in objConfiguration
Err.Clear
ckdcPath = “LDAP://” & “CN=” & oDCSelect & “,OU=Domain Controllers,” & objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
set myObj=GetObject(ckdcPath)
If err.number <>0 Then
errval= 1
End If
Next

If errval = 1 then
msgbox “The Domain Controller you entered was not found in the Active Directory”,,”Metadata Cleanup Utility Error.”
wscript.quit
End If

abort = msgbox (“You are about to remove all metadata for the server ” & oDCSelect & “! Are you sure?”,4404,”WARNING!!”)
if abort <> 6 then
msgbox “Metadata Cleanup Aborted.”,,”Metadata Cleanup Utility Error.”
wscript.quit
end if

oDCSelect = “CN=” & oDCSelect
ODCPath =”LDAP://” & oDCselect & “,OU=Domain Controllers,” & objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
sSitelist = “LDAP://CN=Sites,CN=Configuration,” & objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
Set objConfiguration = GetObject(sSitelist)
For Each objContainer in objConfiguration
Err.Clear
sitePath = “LDAP://” & oDCSelect & “,CN=Servers,” &  objContainer.Name & “,CN=Sites,CN=Configuration,” & _
objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
set myObj=GetObject(sitePath)
If err.number = 0 Then
siteval = sitePath
End If
Next

sFRSSysvolList = “LDAP://CN=Domain System Volume (SYSVOL share),CN=File Replication Service,CN=System,” & _
objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
Set objConfiguration = GetObject(sFRSSysvolList)

For Each objContainer in objConfiguration
Err.Clear
SYSVOLPath = “LDAP://” & oDCSelect & “,CN=Domain System Volume (SYSVOL share),CN=File Replication Service,CN=System,” & _
objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
set myObj=GetObject(SYSVOLPath)
If err.number = 0 Then
SYSVOLval = SYSVOLPath
End If
Next

SiteList = Replace(sSitelist, “LDAP://”, “”)
VarSitelist = “LDAP://CN=Sites,CN=Configuration,” & objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
Set SiteConfiguration = GetObject(VarSitelist)

For Each SiteContainer in SiteConfiguration
Sitevar = SiteContainer.Name
VarPath =”LDAP://OU=Domain Controllers,” & objRoot.Get(“defaultNamingContext”)
Set DCConfiguration = GetObject(VarPath)
For Each DomContainer in DCConfiguration
DCVar = DomContainer.Name
strFromServer = “”
NTDSPATH =  DCVar & “,CN=Servers,” & SiteVar & “,” & SiteList
GuidPath = “LDAP://CN=NTDS Settings,”& NTDSPATH
Set objCheck = GetObject(NTDSPATH)
For Each CheckContainer in objCheck
rem ====check for valid site paths =======================
ldapntdspath = “LDAP://” & NTDSPATH
Err.Clear
set exists=GetObject(ldapntdspath)
If err.number = 0 Then
Set oGuidGet = GetObject(GuidPath)
For Each objContainer in oGuidGet
oGuid = objContainer.Name
oGuidPath = “LDAP://” & oGuid & “,CN=NTDS Settings,” & NTDSPATH
Set objSitelink = GetObject(oGuidPath)
objSiteLink.GetInfo
strFromServer = objSiteLink.Get(“fromServer”)
ispresent = Instr(1,strFromServer,oDCSelect,1)

if ispresent <> 0 then
Set objReplLinkVal = GetObject(oGuidPath)
objReplLinkVal.DeleteObject(0)
end if
next

sitedelval = “CN=” & comparename & “,CN=Servers,” & SiteVar & “,” & SiteList
if sitedelval = ntdspath then
Set objguidpath = GetObject(guidpath)
objguidpath.DeleteObject(0)
Set objntdspath = GetObject(ldapntdspath)
objntdspath.DeleteObject(0)
end if
End If
next
next
next
Set AccountObject = GetObject(ckdcPath)
temp=Accountobject.Get (“userAccountControl”)
AccountObject.Put “userAccountControl”, “4096”
AccountObject.SetInfo
Set objFRSSysvol = GetObject(SYSVOLval)
objFRSSysvol.DeleteObject(0)
Set objComputer = GetObject(ckdcPath)
objComputer.DeleteObject(0)
Set objConfig = GetObject(siteval)
objConfig.DeleteObject(0)
oDCSelect = Replace(oDCSelect, “CN=”, “”)
msgval = “Metadata Cleanup Completed for ” & oDCSelect
msgbox  msgval,,”Notice.”
wscript.quit

Após execução do Script, aparecerá os DCs existentes no dominio.

Inserir o DC que será removido e confirmas as etapas seguintes.

Caso o script “desconfigure” ao ser exportado para notepad, segue link para download: Cleanup

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5 thoughts on “Script “despromoção forçada” de DCs

  1. o Gustavo Valle, gostei da dica, mas se tiver como disponilibilizar o LINK, pois ao copiar ele não reconhece o VBS

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