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Posted Wednesday, September 4, 2013 12:40 AM
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hi folks,

this is Imran, and kind of new bee to sql server 2012, I wanted to know what are the pre-requisite for changing domain name and ip address, like my database server will get new domain and ip address. can you guys please send me some references or steps for the same.

For your information the installation is standard installation and we don't have any clustered environment coz its a UAT machine but soon we have to so the same for production machine where everything is properly setup.

please through some your real time scenarios and screenshots if any will be much appreciated......
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Posted Wednesday, September 4, 2013 3:26 PM


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The one thing to keep in mind is that once the server has been renamed in Windows, you need to do this:

EXEC sp_dropserver OLDNAME
EXEC sp_addserver NEWNAME, local

And then restart SQL Server. (You may also have to reboot after sp_dropserver; I don't recall exactly.)

Obviously, connecting clients, including other servers that have linked servers set up to this one need to be changed.


Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, www.sommarskog.se
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Posted Wednesday, September 4, 2013 7:16 PM
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Thanks erland, for your inputs..but one thing i have read some where we have to look for SPN's, however in my case it's not required seems,reason i am using the service account as a NT instead of any local, not sure i am moving in a right path.

Inputs are highly appreciated erland. If you have any screen shots it will be more helpful.

Thanks
Imran
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Posted Thursday, September 5, 2013 1:26 AM


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I will have to admit that SPNs goes over my head (I don't work as a DBA myself, so I can escape them). Maybe someone else can fill in?

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Posted Monday, September 9, 2013 1:07 AM


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If you are not leveraging Kerberos for authentication then you do not need to worry about updating SPNs because you would not have any that were registered that needed to be updated.

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