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Where is the FQDN info in Windows 2003 R2 Server

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I inherited and account that has an existing Windows 2003 R2 Server, We are upgrading to a Windows 2008 R2 Server.  I am in the process of DCPROMO.EXE wizard and it's asking what the FQDN is. Where do I find in Windows 2003 R2 Server where the existing FQDN info is?
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ipconfig /all
FQDN = Hostname + Primary DNS Suffix
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It's common for servers that didn't pay for a real FQDN to be something like servername.domainname.local correct?
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Yes. What was the role of the server?
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Domain Controller
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Thanks Much
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go to system properties (click start -> right click Computer -> click properties. and go to where you change computer names) and your full computer name is your FQDN
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