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Moving from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 questions

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As the title states, I'm moving a small company from SBS 2003 to 2011. Their current server has multiple OS problems and there are only 4 users so I'm doing a new install on new hardware. 3 of the 4 users will have new PCs as part of the installation, one will be disjoined from the current domain and joined to the new domain after copying their profile to a new local profile. Their MX record points to someone that spam filters their e-mail before forwarding it on to them. Someone else host their www.domainname.org website.
Questions:
1) Will using the current domainname.local be an issue for the 1 workstation swapping domains?
2) Will using the current servername be an issue for the 1 workstation?

 When running the Internet Address Management Wizard, I'm unsure of which options to use and would like a little input and their effect. GoDaddy is where they are registered and their website and Exchange are working properly and want to continue with the way things are setup. The MX and NS records need to continue to point where they currently do it seems.
1) What option(s) should I choose on the "How Do You Want To Manage Your Domain" wizard section?
2) Could someone give an "Answer File" for this wizard based on what has been described?
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