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Is it safe to move Exchange 2007 from site to another?

Hi Experts!!
I am installing Windows 2008 std and Exchange 2007 std in a new server to test it's installation and think to migrate our office mail server to use Exchange 2007. Since my company has 2 branches offices i am installing it in Site A, where i have a single domain controller and file server, my plan it's to move (phisically) the server to Site B, which is a more a datacenter room where i will install another domain controller to connect to the one in Site A.
Here's my question.
If i install Exchange 2007 in Site A, do you think it'll be safe to move it to Site B ?

thanks,

Guido
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isaman07Commented:
As long as your exchange server can communicate with the DC (domain controler), you can move it to site B or C or D or E....
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isaman07Commented:
Yeah, i was fast to click submit. DO NOT forget to configure your DC in site B as a global catalog.
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ormerodrutterCommented:
I read an article from MSExchange.com that to install Ex2007 on a W2K8 server the server has to be a RODC or ROGC (Read Only Global Catalog)
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isaman07Commented:
If on 2008 yes, if on 2003 no.
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