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Posted on 2011-09-16
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hi
i have domain & exchange server 2003 on same machin
now
i want to separate
i want to install new dc alone - also windows server 2003
and keep the exchange on the old one?

can any one help?
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Question by:Sawyer
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by:Mike
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is a SBS 2003 server?

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by:Sawyer
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no
widnows server 2003 standard
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by:Mike
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I don't actually think you can remove Active Directory from your server cleanly.

You probably would be better off bringing up two new servers.

Bringing up a new DC is pretty straight forward especially if your sticking to server 2003.

once you have your server installed, run dcpromo.exe

Then I would suggest bringing up another to move your exchange to.
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Govvy earned 500 total points
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Bring online a second DC on new machine and transfer all FSMO roles to it. Update all DNS client entries to use new DC as primary. Demote the incumbant DC
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