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Moving SQL Server 2008 R2 Single instance to new domain


Moving SQL Server 2008 R2 Single instance to new domain

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We are migrating to a new domain and I have few questions -

1. I need to change the SQL server start up service account from domain1\SVC_SQL to domain2\SVC_SQL
2. We are using a windows group domain1\GroupA and I need to have a new windows group account as domain2\GroupA. Is there a script to add all the permissions of the old account domain1\GroupA to the new windows group domain2\GroupA?

Besides all these is there any other thing I need to look at? Any help would be greatly appreicated. Thanks
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Guras (2/6/2013)
We are migrating to a new domain and I have few questions -

1. I need to change the SQL server start up service account from domain1\SVC_SQL to domain2\SVC_SQL



No issues unless you have used this account to run the other jobs or linked servers etc..


2. We are using a windows group domain1\GroupA and I need to have a new windows group account as domain2\GroupA. Is there a script to add all the permissions of the old account domain1\GroupA to the new windows group domain2\GroupA?



you can script out as create login



Besides all these is there any other thing I need to look at? Any help would be greatly appreicated. Thanks


Make sure you have backup of all databases including system databases before you do anything ,...anytime.


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@SQLFRNDZ (2/6/2013)
Guras (2/6/2013)
We are migrating to a new domain and I have few questions -

1. I need to change the SQL server start up service account from domain1\SVC_SQL to domain2\SVC_SQL



No issues unless you have used this account to run the other jobs or linked servers etc..


Yes we have


2. We are using a windows group domain1\GroupA and I need to have a new windows group account as domain2\GroupA. Is there a script to add all the permissions of the old account domain1\GroupA to the new windows group domain2\GroupA?



you can script out as create login



Besides all these is there any other thing I need to look at? Any help would be greatly appreicated. Thanks


Make sure you have backup of all databases including system databases before you do anything ,...anytime.

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DONT FORGET ALTER LOGIN [DOMAIN1\USER] with name=[DOMAIN2\USER]

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