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When Migrating the Certification Authority can a new server name be used

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We have a client that has a DC with the Root CA installed on it. They are moving to a new data center thus the need for the migration. Moving the DC isn't an issue and we are recommending to install the new CA on a member server. The issue is the name of the CA server, the client would prefer to have a new name for the CA, though everything I read says to give the new server the same name. Is it possible to migrate the CA to a new server with a new name and not re-issue the certs and or break the configuration?

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