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How to transfer Primary FSMO roles from File Server to Secondary replication  File Server

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Hi Support,

This is the scenario, I have a 2 Virtual Machine,  VLFS01 and VMFS02.  VMFS01 as my Primary FSMO roles and I would like to transfer  it to VMFS02.

Any idea /suggestion how do it?

 Your help would be great!

Thank you and Best Regards,
Kevin
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Hi Todd Expert,

Thank you for your quick response. Now it's working.

Cheers!

Thank you and Best Regards,
Kevin
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