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Using Resource Kit 4.0

Posted on 2001-06-26
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We are changing over some of our clients from Windows NT
4.0, to Windows 2000. We like using the Resource Kit
and its many utilities.
Can we install the resource Kit on Windows 2000, I
havn't been able to find any information.
If we can't is there some other Utilies like this that we
could use.
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If you are referring to the NT4 RESKIT, the answer is no.  Use the W2K RESKIT instead.
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Thansk for your timely response.
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Note that most of your old friends from the NT4 RESKIT are there but spend some time QAing any scripts.  Some of the utilities are changed and use some different options and syntax.  
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Thanks again.
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