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Hello,

We have a single domain with two DC's running on a 192.168.x.x network (single site).  We need to change the whole network to a 10.10.x.x network.  What would be the easiest steps to update the NIC's on the DC's to the new IP scheme so I don't break anything within AD?  Simply set up a new site and AD Sites & Services?  

Is there an online reference someone can point me to?

Many thanks
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You need to associate the Subnet in AD Sites and Services. Change the IP's in the DC and wait for it to update the DNS in another DC. Make sure that you change the IP's in the DC one by one So that DNS will get replicated across to another DC
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