AD Domain Rename

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Aug 8th, 2007
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we're most likely going to be changing our AD domain name, and was trying to look at the impact on Unity 4.2.1 unified messaging integrated with Exchange 2003. I know with the domain I'd use rendom, and then have to use the XDR-fixup tool to fix exchange. it does not appear to change the Exchange Org name. I suspect the answer is DIRT and rebuild for it to work, but I'd rather not rebuild all 3 unity servers.

Correct Answer by Brandon Buffin about 9 years 10 months ago

Yes, you will need to do a DiRT backup and restore. You are essentially moving Unity to a new domain which is described in the following link.


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps2237/products_upgrade_guides_chapter09186a0080623595.html


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cchristo77 Wed, 08/08/2007 - 09:29
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answers my question for sure. don't know if it's helpful or not, but it answers the question. thanks.

Tommer Catlin Thu, 08/09/2007 - 08:57
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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/bb405948.aspx


Unity should not care what domain it is in, as long as SQL and the accounts are working correctly, you should be fine. But I was thinking about renaming a domain and it's along process. Looks like some lab work would be in your order to test it because of the size of your network.


I think the worst case scenario, Unity does not behave correctly, use your DIRT backup, and rebuild Unity into the domain.


If Unity was a member server, i wonder if it would be possible just to pull it out of the domain, add it the new domain and see if Unity runs. I have not tried that, but in the lab, be worth a try!

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