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Posted on 2007-11-27
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we have a single domain 123.local, can we create 2 sub domains say
na.123.local and uk.123.local and then move all objects DC's exchange servers, users computers all objects in fact from the root 123.local doamin to the uk.123.local sub domain. we then add new DC's and exchange servers users to the NA.123.local domain.

Also can we move users from the uk.123.local domain to the NA.123.local domain
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ormerodrutter earned 500 total points
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Moving Exchange to another domain is a bit pain in the backside. Why not reinstalling exchange at the sub domain after you move the user accounts?
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Thanks for your help, project on hold for the moment.
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