Active Directory duplication

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Active Directory
FSMO
FSMO Roles
Hi, You can find the Title something strange, but that is correct (as that's exactly I require). Here's the exact scenario which I want to accomplish. I have 2 Primary Domain controllers in which the FSMO roles are distributed. Now I have 2 more additional domain controllers located in another geography but connected to my Primary Domain controllers. Now I want to separate my 2 Geographies, there comes my real necessity. I want to make my Additional Domain controllers as the Primary for my second geography (I mean I need FSMO Roles in those boxes also). So is there any way that I can maintain FSMO roles in Primary as well as Additional Domain controllers(means new primary) . Note : I m going to terminate the connectivity between the Primaries & Additional. Help will be very grateful... :) Thanks, Diwakar

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 2003 levl Forest and windows 2008R2 Servers

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