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Were looking to migrate our current AD. It is setup on two domain controllers running Windows 2003 Server Enterpirse R2. What we want to do is migrate both DC1 & DC2 to two new servers and also test this migration before the actual implementation. I wanted to see if it would be possible to setup...
My data center foks want me to trade in my fairly new servers for virtual ones AND charge me for the virtual servers. Should I push back and keep my hardware servers?