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steps in Demoting a DC with DHCP server and to promote a new server

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hi,

I've got a DC windows 2003 server with has DHCP server in it. what is the proper way of demoting the DC and promote a new DC server with DHCP server?

Thanks in advanced.
Jess
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by:Mohammed Khawaja
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Run DCPROMO and it will demote it to a server in the domain.  As DHCP is already authorized, no change is required for DHCP server.
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Jaroslav Latal earned 500 total points
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Hi,
Promote new server by running dcpromo
migrate DHCP to a new server
remove DHCP from old server
demote old server


Jarda
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