I would think that you could run the wizard on the primary and then do the secondary at anytime.
I noticed when I ran the wizard on our system, the primary server works just fine with our without the secondary online.
I am trying to think of why you would want to do it with such a large timespan in between, Doing the wizard will stop some services, so you need to do it outside of business hours, so maybe you have a scheduled maintenance to do the primary and then will do the secondary at a later time.
But if it was me, I would do the primary and then do the secondary right afterwards and then test the heck out of it.
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