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DNS name change in AD

Posted on 2004-04-14
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Hello all,

Is it possible to change the DNS Name that shows up in AD users and computers then the properties for a DC?

The DNS name shows the dc1.irm not dc1.irm.local. Should i just demote and then promote the server back to a DC?

THanks Mike
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My  internal local DNS name was put in incorrectly on a  new installation of SBS 2003. Can the DSN name for local use, just be renamed ?
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