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Restore Domain Controller into different hardware

Posted on 2006-07-18
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Hi...I am looking at to restore a Domain Controller into a different hardware server, I have a fully backup tape. What could be the steps? I would assume I could not restore the System State, because system states including the SysVol information as well hardware information.

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fshguo.
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Check out this M$ article:
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=263532
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I was looking for something simliar earlier in the year, I used Acronis True Image 9.1

Pber, does this work with win2003 too because it seems  to refer to Win2000
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where can I download it from?
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Yes, the procedure is still valid for 2003
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You can download it from www.acronis.com but its not freeware.
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