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Posted Sunday, March 16, 2008 11:56 AM
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please explain me the steps to do in SQL server 2005 after renaming the domain
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You probably need to change all Windows logins in the server. If the name of the Windows host did not change, then SQL itself should be ok.






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You may need to change the service account logins. See BOL on how to do this.

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You may need to reset SPN to the new domain user account that the instance of SQL Server is running under.
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