I know this isn't a recommended solution, but does the NewSID program allow me to rename the server and connect it to the Active Directory (AD)? This server will not have any domain master roles; it will only be a member of the domain.
For more information, please read Microsoft's article on how to move Exchange Server 2003 to new hardware and how to keep the same server name on the new hardware.
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