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How to move NT4 BDC to an other domain as BDC ?

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Hi,
I have a NT4 SP3 BDC into domain ttt
I need to move this server to become a new BDC of an already existing domain zzz
Of course I do not want to reinstall the OS...
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Sorry, you have to reinstall the OS.  You can only move member servers to different domains.  BDC/PDC machines need NT reinstalled to move domains.
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