move domain controller to new subnet

I have a site that is connected to my site with a Metro Ethernet link.  However, their internal LAN addresses conflict with the servers in my DMZ.  I've created a new subnet there and moved most of the machines to the new subnet.  I am now trying to move their domain controller to the new subnet.  They only have one domain controller.  It is a WIN2K3 server and runs DHCP and DNS as well as their active directory.  Is it just a matter of changing the IP address of the server, registering it in their DNS (which is the server itself), changing their DHCP scopes and getting the clients to renew their IP addresses?
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Mike KlineCommented:
Yeah you have the steps down.  You can restart netlogon to renew the IP address.

You will also want to update the subnets in sites and services.  Don't forget about static clients too.


marrjAuthor Commented:
currently their domain controller has no subnets identified within AD Sites and Services.
Mike KlineCommented:
You will want to add that subnet then and associate it with their site.

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No problem if you are using only one subnet that of DC it will not cause any issue.

there is already a question i have participated having exact information you need.

hope it will help.
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