How do I add a windows 2003 small business server into a nt4.0 domain?

Posted on 2004-11-23
Last Modified: 2011-04-14
I currently am running a NT 4.0 server as my PDC which is old and I want to replace with the Windows 2003 business server.  I have a windows 2000 terminal server running as a member server and I have purchased a windows 2003 business server which I want to be the DC.  I also want to change the domain name reflect the current Naming structure. What is the best way to migrate everything into the windows 2003 business server?
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    I hate to give you a link and run...but Microsoft has wordsmythed it much better than I ever could.  Below is a link for migrating SBS 4.5 (or NT4) to SBS 2003.  I hope this helps you.  Again, sorry for the link and run.

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