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Windows Server 2003 : migrate domain certification authority to new server with different name

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I have a Windows Server 2003 DC that holds the domain root certification authority role.  I need to move this role to a new server and because of some issues within our organization, I am required to change the server name.  I have read a number of articles on the matter and all of them provide guidance when the server name stays the same.

Can someone provide some direction on how to move the CA to a new server with a different name?  In this case, the new server will be running Windows Server 2008R2.

Thanks!
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