moving sbs 2011 server to a new network

Posted on 2013-01-23
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Last Modified: 2013-01-30
I'm moving an SBS2011 server in to a new network subnet. Currently there are an additional 2 DCs on the original net (one is an sbs2003 that in the process of being removed, the other is a 2008r2 server). the new and all networks are passing all traffic.

 I figure change th ip addresses, coresponding dns entries (NS, A req, zone entries), create a new site and move it(although its not going through slow wan links so it may not be needed).

I figure I'll run a dcdiag to verify everything afterward.

Is there anything else?

Question by:bnierman
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Cliff Galiher earned 2000 total points
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For SBS, run the fix my network wizard after making the IP changes. That'll update a lot of the bindings in various places and save you a ton of time.

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