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How to Rename a Biztalk 2009 Server?

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Is there a way to rename a Biztalk 2009 server without unconfiguring all the Biztalk Features?
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Unfortunately, no. Biztalk's configuration relies heavily on the computer name, just as SQL server and many other MS applications. More info here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kerreybpi/archive/2007/11/07/biztalk-error-if-the-biztalk-server-computer-is-renamed-after-biztalk-server-configuration-the-configuration-wizard-will-fail.aspx
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