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How to migrate Terminal server in one windows 2003 domain to another domain

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We are having abc.com (windows 2003) domain where there are two 2x Terminal server (load sharing), one server for storing user's data (my documents, profile etc) and one domain controller of abc.com with terminal server licensing role installed.


We have another large domain exists- example.com  . Now we want that

1) The two 2x Terminal server (load sharing) now be the member of example.com

2) one server for storing user's data (my documents, profile etc)  now be the member of example.com

3) Transfer the terminal server licensing role from abc.com's domain controller to one of the domain controller of example.com, so that we can decommission the domain controller and demot the abc.com
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You may consider the below:

Your licesing should be registered at https://eopen.microsoft.com you will need to log in with the .net passport you used for the licensing.

To add kindly take a look at the Microsoft website:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=814593

http://www.ccaheaven.com/TSE%20Licensing.htm
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