This is what I have:
Server 01 - Win 2K - DC, DHCP, DNS, GC - File Server, Print Server
Server 02 - Win 2003 Std. - DC, GC - Exchange 2003 on it.
Server 03 - Win 2003 Std. - member - ERP, SQL 2000 on it.
Server 04 - Win 2003 Std. - Master with 5 FSMOs, DC, GC, DNS - Engineering software on it, File Server, Print Server
Server 05 - Win 2003 Std. - member - Blackberry Enterprise Server on it.
Server 06 - Win 2008 Std. - member - Terminal Server
Server 07 - Win 2K - member - TS 2000 to log in internally
Server 8 - Win 2008 Std. - NAS server with MS System Center Data Protection Manager 2007
Server 9 - Win 2008 Std. - Exchange 2007 on it - migrate Exchange 2003 to it - shut down Server 2
Server 10 - Win 2008 Std. - ERP Software with SQL Server 2005 on it - shut down Server 3
Server 11 - Win 2008 Std. - DC, GC
Demote Server 01 - 2K (DHCP has to be moved to Server 04)
What whould be the quickest and rather the least 'dangereous' way of demoting the Win 2000 Server.