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Moving RDP Server to New Server.

Posted on 2016-10-23
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Dear Team,
I am trying to move my RDP server to new VM setup (fresh install).
I will use the same computer name (also added to sane DC after demoting old rdp server)) as the SSL is purchased on the domain name .
I want import the same terminal license on the same server (as i will be demoting the old server).

Can anybody suggest me how can i achieve it.
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@Shaik,
is there any problem if i use the same fqdn in the new server (after demoting the old server).
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no issues... just host name u have to change .. and update the DNS.... that's it.
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