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Moving application across to a different domain

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Hi:

   I have a web application (.NET based framework 4) and it is moving to another domain (from windows server 2008 to 2012). Can someone suggest a checklist to start considering items that will need to be looked at?


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If application is AD integrated, you need to change domain affiliation in application as well in addition to server domain membership change

The checklist can be simple
stop and disable all application services
remove server from one domain and add it to another domain as member server
restart the server
start application services
Change AD integration settings if any
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