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There is no way to avoid the cost entirely, because any form of "outbound" data transfer comes with a cost. Import/Export "disk" services are not yet available in your region, otherwise you could use a physical external hard drive, ship it to Amazon, they load your data from S3 to the disk, send it to you, you send it back to them at a different location, ...


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This is fairly fundamental. Remove DC from domain using the normal procedure. DC becomes a member server in the domain. Remove member server from domain. Create new domain using the normal procedure. Job done. I'd personally be considerably happier if "re-image server" was included as a middle step to ensure that any info/cruft on the server didn't ...


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Well, actually... Conceivably it might be that at least one root name server (say, for the sake of argument, that it'd be named L) is actually a set of hundreds of servers distributed all over the world. And it might be that some entity is interested in testing the setups of DNS zones, and that this entity might have access to this set of machines. It would ...


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First, you can short circuit DNS by entering the IP and domain into your hosts file locally. 1.2.3.4 example.com example.com Two, you can address the new host by IP address, then FTP/SSH in to set it up. Three, email is controlled by DNS MX records. Just ensure they're unchanged when you change the domain A records and you'll be fine. If you have no MX ...



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