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Issues with renaming a Windows Server?

Posted on 2007-11-29
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I wish to rename a Windows Server, which is a member server in a domain. Should this cause any problems? Anything in particular I should look out for?
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If this is just a member server thn there shoulf be no issues appart from the fact that you may need to chnage some client mappings
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KCTS is correct, If any user are mapped to printers or shares on this server they will loose their mapping and have to be re-mapped. The rename will not affect AD.
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