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Migrating From workgroup to domain server

Posted on 2004-09-27
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Hi,
My Win 2000 advanced Server was Configured For a workgroup
But at now i want to migrate To A Domain server such as www.weareonline.com
How can i do this Work without Reinstalling win 2K?

best Regards
shirin


 
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Run "DCPROMO" form the command prompt to start the domain controller configuration process.

This will start a wizard to walk to through it.
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However it's not always as easy as just running dcpromo, you have to have a DNS server set up (and it can even be on the server you're promoting) before you migrate it.  The following web site has an excellent walk through for doing this...

http://www.petri.co.il/how_to_install_active_directory_on_w2k.htm


-Bernie

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Thanks for your guidance.
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