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Migration??dhcp/wins win2k and NT4

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The DHCP/WINS/DNS were installed in a NT/BDC befor Migration to win2k/AD.

After migration, I do not find any networking services thru add/remove program > add/remove windows componets. but it still appears in the service and program list ?
Why this dhcp/wins/dns still appears in the service list ?
How to remove ?
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Why do you need to remove ?
Why not just disable the service if needed ?

I hope this helps !
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There are some other WIN2k/AD server with DNS/WINS/DHCP fresh installation (no migrated from NT)on the domain.

I try to remove this type of service inherrited from NT, in order to prevent any other administrator enable it again. The network policy is not really implemented here.

What will happen if I need to install Win2k version of DNS/WINS/DHCP without remove NT version of DNS/WINS/DHCP ?

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I would hope that win2k will migrate it automatically.

As soon as you go all win2k, you can get rid of the mixed mode, and everything should be OK.

Gerneral Info and links to good stuff.

This pages covers everything needed to deploy win2k.

http://dsg.rte.microsoft.com/  - diagnostic guide for win2k
There is also a kit you can download to test to see if your hardware is compatible in case it does not show up in the hardware compatibility list.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/upgrade/compat/default.asp

 These links will you perform the upgrade from NT to win2k
                   http://www.microsoft.com/TechNet/win2000/w2ksrupg.asp
                   http://www.microsoft.com/TechNet/win2000/dguide/home.asp


http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/planning/walkthroughs/default.asp

 While searching for a generic document describing Win2K security
services (which I found at
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/library/howitworks/security/sectech.asp


I hope this helps.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/itsolutions/howto/default.asp
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