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Changing domain name

Changing domain name

Changing domain name

(OP)
We have to change the domain name, and i would like to know how CRM3.0 will handle this, do anyone have information tips or procedure to do this?

RE: Changing domain name

Have you done this yet?

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RE: Changing domain name

Our domain controller crashed and now we can't access our CRM server, is there a way of accessing it without the original Active Directory?

RE: Changing domain name

(OP)
You Have to run the redeployment wizard, it's on the cd of MSCRM.

with this you will map what the old domain is on the new and everything should come back.

RE: Changing domain name

Should i remove the CRM Server from the OLD Domain and add it to the new domain prior to uninstalling CRM and running the redeployment tool?

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