Application Server acting as DC

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Application Server
Domain Controller
HP DL380 G6
Windows Application Server
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 64 bit
Hi everyone,

I just installed 2 HP DL380 G6 Series Server at my company all runing window 2003 32/64bit version. The 32bit is been used as an Application because the application only support 32bit OS with R2. while my Domian Controller is running 64bit R2. The interesting thing is I mistakenly set a wrong time on the applications server and the correct time on the DC. But i notice for almost a month ago that instead of the client taking the time from the DC it is getting the wrong time from the application. Later on i try to run dsa-msc in run. I see all of my client on this application but dont see my DC in there. Later on I NET VIEW from the command promt from all the client machine i still dont see my DC. Can some one help me out to disable the dsa-msc which is acting as DC and set the correct time?



Software/Hardware used:
Window 2003 Server

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