I installed Unity/Win2K on my desktop for test purpose.<br>Uninstalled it using tool provided on answermonkey.<br>Demoted Win2K to member server.<br><br>Now I don't have user account that used to login. Most importanly I lost all desktop setting for that user & files that I had on desktop. I don't fine those files on my machine. What wrong did I do ? Can I get those files ?<br><br><br><br>
do you have the log generated by the Uninstall tool? The 3.x uninstall wont remove any standing AD account at all (this is why you get the big, bloated dialog that gives you a list of the accounts and DLs you need to remove yourself). The 2.x uninstal did go in and whack the Example Admin and Example Subscriber accounts on the fly... it's possible it got confused but I kinda doubt it. The log (found in the root of C:\) will list any account cleaned and/or removed from the system.
Log does not say if it removed any account. Here is what log says:
UnityRemoval version = 1. 1. 205
Loading... System running Win2K Computer name of local Unity server=test Version Number in registry= 0 Build Number in registry= 0 (warning) invalid LDAP port pulled from Unity registry settings. Defaulting to 389 LDAP port=389 Attempting to bind to directory via ADSI Using conneciton string=LDAP://test:389 Connection to Exchange OK Uninstall loaded, waiting for command from user to continue. Exiting Application at:4/3/2002 1:07:41 PM
You sure that's the log from when you uninstalled? I just tried that version on a 2.4.6 system in the lab and it kicks out a log that includes each subscriber cleaned/removed etc... one at a time in the log. That looks like you just fired up Uninstall and then exited without doing anything.
Either way, it wouldn't have removed any account other than EAdministrator and ESubscriber... I think you're banging on the wrong door here.
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