I have an existing 2003 server which is a DC and DNS server. This server hosts all the AD roles. I also have a 2000 server hosting dhcp. I'd like to transfer the database from 2000 to the 2003 server.
In the article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325473
, under the section "Import the DHCP database", it says "...Additionally, if the target Windows 2003 server is a member server, and if you plan to promote it to a domain controller, we suggested that you perform the DHCP database migration before promoting it to a domain controller. Although you can migrate the DHCP database to a Windows 2003 domain controller, the migration to a member server will be easier because of the existence of the local administrator account."
As I mentioned, our 2003 server is already a DC. Does this mean the procedure will not work?
What steps do I need to take?