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Can Exchange 2000 be installed into a Novell network?

Posted on 2002-06-26
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Can Exchange 2000 be installed into a Novell network? If so, where can I find some detailed documents on the installation procedures.

Thank you for you help.
Question by:jrandol
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slang9 earned 150 total points
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Exchange requires an NT domain, and 2000 I believe requires a Windows 2000 domain. You can get Windows and Novell to play together, but you will still have two separate networks.

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