Posted on 2005-04-20
Last Modified: 2010-04-10
Hi There

If i have setup DNS like the following

hitech04.hitechauto.local  (This is on the internal)

can I change my dns to without any problems

How will this affect me, would i have to rejoin all clients to the domain
Question by:hitechauto
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    If you have Active Directory installed, then you must use rendom.exe to rename the domain.

    If you have Exchange installed, there is more to it.  However, there is a Microsoft Technet webcast that describes the process:

    If you haven't got Exchange on the domain, the relevant webcast is:

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