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1. Can NT4 Server add new computer account thru Server Manager after Win2k/ADS switch to native node ?

2. Can NT4 Server add new user account thru user manager for domain after Win2k/ADS switch to native node ?
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1. + 2.: you can't have a NT4 BDC in native mode. But if you're speaking from a member server, it should be possible, but I don't see any sense in it.
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I don't belive it to be the NT4 that would be a restriction. As long as you have your delegations set correctly it will work.
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AS you described,I have verified that Member Servers/NT are able to access "Server Manager" and "user Manager for Domain" in Window 2K/Native Mode.

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