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    Question Suggesting in Migrating from 32 to 64 bit VM

    Right now I am creating a new 64 bit VM but have read the Zimbra Migration guide and it says create a server that is idential including the name. The problem that I see is that if my new machine is on the network and has the same name don't you think there is going to be some problems with AD if both have the same name and on the same network?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBAC View Post
    Right now I am creating a new 64 bit VM but have read the Zimbra Migration guide and it says create a server that is idential including the name. The problem that I see is that if my new machine is on the network and has the same name don't you think there is going to be some problems with AD if both have the same name and on the same network?
    They won't have the same name, the important point in the article is step 6 in Preparing the 32-bit Server.
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