I am moving from a 32-bit Server 2008 Standard domain controller to new 64-bit 2008 R2 server. The old server will be removed from the network; all roles need to move to new server. This is a relatively small, single-server office. No Exchange, SQL, ... The volume of Microsoft's documentation is dizzying. Does anybody have a more practical checklist for this procedure?
I believe he mentioned he has no Exchange or SQL.
1. Fully Patch your 2008 R2 server and add it to your domain
2. On the nic of the 2008r2 server add the ip of the old 2008 DC in preferred DNS servers.
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