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We have just migrated over our NT4 lab to a mixed mode w2k AD domain. We still have 1 BDC and some NT4 member servers to upgrade. If we migrate over the final BDC, but keep the member servers on NT4, can we still go to Native mode?

Is native mode dependent on all the DCs being w2k DCs? Will the NT 4 member servers still be able to function in a native mode ADS domain?
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Once you migrate the final BDC, you'll be set for native mode.  W2K native requires all DCs to be W2K, but can still have standalone NT4 servers without conflict.
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