Nt 4.0 domain change
06/01/2018 18:33
I have a server running small businness and exchange 5.0. Im going to be moving the server to a new domain. When I do this am I going to lose all my mailboxes because all those user accounts are gone. Is there an easy way to do this.


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06/01/2018 18:33 - thanks do you know where i can get newsids.


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06/01/2018 18:33 - This server currently recognizes it self as a bpc. I have a windows 2000 network this is the only non 2k machine on the network. We have a 2000 server the my nt server recognizes as a pdc. We want to take that server offline and replace it with a new server. I've talked with people that told me that the transfer of fsmo rules that microst posted has not worked on 8 tries in labs and at client locations. so Im looking towards creating a paralel domain and then ,moving the clients and the sbs server over

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06/01/2018 18:33 - Also Small Business Server can only be a PDC in any domain. You will not beable to move this box becauase it needs to be the PDC during install so youhave to move the other domain to the domain of this machine as it will notbe able to join any domain.


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06/01/2018 18:33 - Not really because you cannot according to MS move a DCwithout reinstallation. You might be able to use a third partytool called Newsids to move the server.

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06/01/2018 18:33 - I would double check your idea in the SBS newsgroups.


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