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How to move an existing domain to a backup server

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Hi Guys,
I am so much grateful to forum members who contributed to my problem on the USB detection.
I have this problem again and Iam looking for help. My network uses a primary domain server that is running win 2000 advanced server. This server also functions as the File and Print server, and 5 five network printers are connected to it. I have configured a backup server which is also running win 2000 advanced server. I then connected the backup server to an isolated network using a switch and created a domain on it with the same name as the primary domain. Now, I want to move the users and groups on the primary domain to the domain on the backup server. Please can anyone help me on how to do this. Thanks so much. Adams.
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