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Pre Windows 2000 Domain Name Change Server 2012

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What is the method to change Pre-Windows 2000 Domain name. We are repairing an install that used the AD controller machine name as Pre-200 domain name. Is there a way to change this, we are not live with this domain however they are hosted servers so the OS reload is expensive and time consuming. What are the options.
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Hello Karl

Could you please clarify this question, sorry, but I don't get the idea

It looks that you configured a server with an AD PreWindows 2000 name? If it is the case you must change the computer name
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