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Looking for a best practices server consolidation document to follow for consolidating 3 Windows 2003 servers into one.
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Your question is very vague.  What are going to be consolidating?  Are you considering virtualization?
Are these your only servers?  If so, you should have atleast two servers running DNS and Global Catalog.
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Making-DNS-Service-Fault-Tolerant.html
Please explain.
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