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I guess that depends. It is very very easy for me, I have done so many I could do it in my sleep. I have given my steps and everyone that I have done has been flawless. If the OP does not understand anything that I have typed, then they should give it to someone who can.
Replacing a domain controller is by no means an easy task but just take it a step at a time an don't be afraid to ask questions, or just pay someone to do it.
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In Windows Server 2008 R2, Adprep is available in a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version. The 64-bit version runs by default. If you need to run Adprep on a 32-bit computer, run the 32-bit version (Adprep32.exe).
Posted 09 August 2012 - 19:15
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Posted 09 August 2012 - 20:33
the 2008 server gets a static ip address. the primary dns points to the 03 server first. After the 08 server becomes a dns server, you will change the primary dns to point to the 08 server and the secondary to point to the 03 server. The 03 server should be pointing to itself as the primary dns server and the alternate will point to the 08 server. There should be no internet dns servers listed in a AD domain (servers, dhcp scope, client workstations and/or devices), AD DNS will redirect appropriately.
Ok just so i get this right. The 08 server gets a static ip . which then becomes the primary dns and the seondary dns is going to be the primary dns off the 03 server?
Posted 10 August 2012 - 11:58