What are you using the web server for?
"M. Simioni" <m.simioni@newsgroup> wrote in message
> my question is simple.
> Until today, we have a small domain in our company, with a DC, a
> mailserver, a webserver, and some workstations.
> Now, we're planning to install a new Webserver machine to a remote
> data center, with more bandwidth and so on.
> All the servers are Windows Server 2008 Standard or Windows Server
> 2003 Standard R2.
> My question is:
> i'm going to install the new server here in the company, and then we
> will transfer it to the datacenter, with a public ip address.
> should i join the webserver to the domain, perform all the
> installations, and then remove it from the domain before physically
> transfering it?
> or should i leave it in the domain, even if it will be in another lan?
> if i leave it in the domain, i will someday have problems logging in
> to the machine?
> keep in mind that my DC in my local lan, and it is natted by the
> firewall, so the remote webserver will not see the DC server.
> thank you i.a. for the answers.
> best regards,