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Handling domains for merging, clustering

We have two (R6.5.1) Domino servers in our Domino domain. Those servers are just Notes application servers, there are not any mail users on those servers.

We have another domain, where we have most of the servers. Now we want to merge those two application servers into...

that same domain where we have most of the servers. What is the best way to change those two servers domain? We want to keep same server names, we just change the domain.

For example:
Server1/domain1
Server2/domain1

Server1/domain2
Server2/domain2

Those servers are in Domino cluster.

Try this article, Merging Domino domains into one.

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