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Moving Certificate of Authority from 2003 to 2000 server

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Hi All. We need to move our Certificate of Authority from a server running Server 2003, to a domain controller running Server 2000.

Can this be done without having to upgrade the DC to 2003?
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Short answer: no.

Certificate Services on the two Server systems are somewhat different and there is no supported way to migrate between 2000 and 2003 without performning an upgrade on the 2000 server.

Dave Dietz
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We ended up moving it to another 2003 server, although not a domain controller. We'll wait until the CA is expired and start from scratch on the DC. Thanks.
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