We have an old SBS 2003 server with a messed-up configuration, that I want to replace with a new SBS 2011 Standard installation. We're a small 20 user shop.
I don't have much faith in the 2003 AD setup, so I'd like to start from scratch with a fresh 2011 install. But here's the catch: I'd like to reuse the Domain name, simply since it's our company name and it's short and simple.
No clients are connected to AD anymore, in effect we're a workgroup now, but all employees are using their old AD account credentials to access various shares that are hosted on the server. Also, the server runs IAS, which is used to authenticate VPN users via Radius. I'd like these services to remain available until I have the new Domain running.
I've been thinking about migrating the SBS 2003 Domain to SBS 2011, but am afraid of all the cruft that I wil inherit. All I want is the name.
How can I 'remove' the AD Domain from the SBS 2003 server, in order to reuse it in SBS 2011, while keeping the shares and IAS available with the current credentials?