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We have a windows 2003 domain server on Domain A.  We would like to become part of Domain B.  Is it possible to eliminate Domain A and change the name to Domain B so that everything is on the same domain.  

If we do this, I would like to avoid having to setup all new profiles on the computers for the new domain.

Suggestions please?
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then you should go ahead to configure a replica on it...
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I don't understand your answer.  Please elaborate.
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replication gives feature if one dc down then secound dc automatically take ownership of first one.

suppose your first dc1 turn off...then secound dc automatically work behalf of this...
For more details read out below microsoft link...
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2007.10.replication.aspx
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