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Are there any caveats in moving SQL 2000 and 2005 servers from one domain to another? I'm going to be moving a few SQL boxes from our current domain to another domain that we have a 2 way trust. All the clients machines that connect to these databases will also be moved, we are not renaming any of these sql machines.

Is there any documentation for this?
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Domain of the user-login's?
see http://www.ledscripts.com/tech/article/pdf/2

Especialy check file-rights (backup, DTS or SSIS, log-Files) those could be on a specific location on your network with granted rights to the account SQL server is running with (or the jobs).
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