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Sharing knowledge amidst social media is a passion of mine. I challenge myself to try and spark a conversation via any of the most widely used social media avenues available. So when a request for a Step-By-Step post on Active Directory migration following the previous Step-By-Step post on DHCP Migration, Pierre, Mitch and I were only too happy to oblige. Before detailing Active Directory migration, we felt it pertinent to showcase how to add a Windows Server 2012 Domain Controller to an existing network first. Migration of Active Directory from Windows Server 2003 to 2012 would be the next step once this Step-By-Step has been completed successfully.
Setting Up Domain Controller Fuctionality
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