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I need to rebuild Windows 2008 R2 domain contoller.  How do I move domain controller to another server?
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Nagendra Pratap Singh earned 500 total points
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You need to take a full backup first (with system state).

Then you need to add another DC to the domain and move FSMO roles out of the old server.

Then demote the old server.

http://www.elmajdal.net/win2k8/Transferring_FSMO_Roles_in_Windows_Server_2008.aspx

http://www.winserverhelp.com/2010/05/windows-server-2008-r2-migration-guide-replacing-existing-domain-controllers/

http://www.itechtalk.com/thread1853.html
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Thank You very much.  I will try it now.
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Thank You.  It workded very well. I tried second and third option.
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