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Thread: Replacing Windows 2000 domain controller with new 2003 server

  1. #16
    David Shen [MSFT] Guest

    RE: Replacing Windows 2000 domain controller with new 2003 server

    Hello HF,

    Thanks for your reply.

    For the further concern, here is some information which may be helpful for
    you.

    Analysis and Suggestion:
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    Q. If I enable GC and transfer the roles, will there be a problem when I
    change the name and address later on (say in a week or so once I have had
    the time to move DHCP and printing)?

    A: No. That won't be a problem. The DHCP service and printer service should
    not be affected by transferring the GC and 5 FSMO roles. So, you may follow
    my previous post's suggestion to migrate the service to the new DC.

    Hope it helps.

    David Shen
    Microsoft Online Partner Support


  2. #17
    David Shen [MSFT] Guest

    RE: Replacing Windows 2000 domain controller with new 2003 server

    Hello NF,

    How's everything going?

    I'm wondering if the information has helped or if you have any further
    questions. Please feel free to respond to the newsgroups if I can assist
    further.

    David Shen
    Microsoft Online Partner Support


  3. #18
    Rick Steele Guest

    Replacing Windows 2000 domain controller with new 2003server - Followup

    Would this same scenario work if I replace all references to 2003 server with 2008 server?

  4. #19
    Meinolf Weber Guest

    Re: Replacing Windows 2000 domain controller with new 2003server - Followup

    Hello Rick,

    What scenario? Please post what you like to achive in a new post with your
    OS versions and network/domain setup.

    Best regards

    Meinolf Weber
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    > Would this same scenario work if I replace all references to 2003
    > server with 2008 server?
    >




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