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    Adding new network card in a domain controller

    Hi everybody,
    Our domain controller is Windows 2003. It has two built-in ports. Speed is 100MBPS. One is disabled. The other has ip address 10.1.1.1/24. I want to add a gigabit ethernet card and disable the other two ports. I have never done this before and do not know the consequences of doing this. I will do this during the holiday. If anybody has experience of doing this please let me know.

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    SU

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    To be honest its easy.

    1. Add your new network.
    2. Disable the old one
    3. Card give it the same IP settings as your old one
    4. Enable the new one and connect cable

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