I have a point to point connecting a branch office server to our main server at our office. The branch office server is running windows 2000 (active directory and dns) and 6 XP workstations. in the near future the branch office will be breaking away from our main office. the goal would be to disable the point to point and keep the branch office in tact. we would like to make sure branch office users are still able to login with their computers and maintain their own server.
1. does anyone foresee any issues with just severing the point to point and having the branch server running on its own. I believe after this is done the only thing we will have to seize roles,
2. does anyone recommend not doing it this way and to just create a new domain and joining the workstations to the new domain?