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I will be activating a MPLS circuit mainly for voice traffic on our new IP phone system.  The question I have though pertains more to the network infrastructure and specifically if I will be creating a conflict or problem.  Here is what we currently have in our two sites:

Michigan Site: ABC.Local
Server 2008 R2 Primary DC (holds all roles) with Exchange 2010 installed
10.1.1.0 255.255.255.0 (Data Vlan 200 on switches)
172.16.10.0 255.255.255.0 (Voice Vlan 100 on switches)
Washington Site: XYZ.Local
SBS 2008
192.168.16.0 255.255.255.0 (Data Vlan 200 on switches)
172.16.11.0 255.255.255.0 (Voice Vlan 100 on switches)

The MPLS circuit has managed routers and will be routing both the data and voice vlan.  I understand that SBS is supposed to be the only Primary DC (holding all roles) in a network, by activating a MPLS circuit with the Data vlan routing between subnets will I create a conflict and throw the SBS into an hourly reboot until I remove the Data vlan or should I be ok?
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SBS servers on different domain so that will not affect you in this scenario. The only time it will begin that reboot cycle if another SBS server is detected on same domain.
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