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How do I change RDS 2012 domain license server

I have a client that had an existing 2012 server with RDS installed and configured.  It was working fine.,

We have had to install a new internal domain.  Now when I try to connect it will not work and I can still see the old internal domain showing in the license server.

I have tried removing the role and reinstalling with no luck.
I can connect using mstsc /admin for domain admin accounts but do not want to keep it like that.

Does anyone know how to remove the old internal domain or reinstall RDS fresh.

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DrDave242Commented:
Did you remove the server from the old domain and join it to the new one?
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macpyeAuthor Commented:
Yeah I did that's what the problem is RDS is still seeing the old domain
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DrDave242Commented:
Where is the old domain showing up? Can you post a screenshot?
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Dirk KotteSECommented:
if you use "auto-search the licenseServer", possible the old entry from AD or DNS is found and used.
Try to manually configure the LS settings within RDS configuration.
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macpyeAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay in getting back to the question.  after another uninstall and reinstall of RDS it seemed to work.  I don't know what I did different be I am good now.

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