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Windows 2000 server joining an SBS 4.x domain?

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Is it possible to let a Windows 2000 server join a domain on a Small Business Server 4.0? I know that you can't create any trusts on SBS servers, but can I at least join the existing domain? If yes, are there any issues which I have to take into consideration when adding a Windows 2000 server to a SBS 4.x domain?
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I am not sure you can as SBS is extremely limited.
It may let you add a member server.

Did you check the MS site for any info on this ?

I hope this helps !
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Yes I did, but didn't find this specific info.
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Great! That was what I was looking for! Thnx.
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