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New Domain Controller and Team Foundation Server 2005

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We are replacing our main domain controller and I need to know if Microsoft's Team Foundation Server has any settings in it that need to be updated with the new server name or IP address.  We are not moving to a new domain.  We are only demoting the old domain controller and replacing it with a new server that will have a new name and IP address.  Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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Shouldn't need any changes unless you hardcoded that server to be NTP, DNS, LDAP server, etc.
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That server was the NTP Server it also handled DNS but those roles are now on a different domain controller.  Where are the NTP and DNS settings in TFS?
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TFS would use whatever NTP / DNS is set at the OS level.

For NTP:
http://www.pctools.com/guides/registry/detail/1118/

For DNS, just look at the network config on the box
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Thanks for your help.
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