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Does anyone know if you can run a Windows 2000 Client to NT4/Server? If so are there any drawbacks, aside form the obvious 'extra' things you can get with 2000.

Another thoughts? I am purchasing some new PCs and was wondering if I should get a W2000 to look at?
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Lee W, MVP earned 50 total points
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Windows 2000 clients work fine with NT4.  Microsoft designed 2000 to be an upgrade to NT4, but while they may be a monoply, they aren't stupid - loosing such backward compatibility would be an awful business decision.
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Great thanks.
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