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We have a Windows NT4 Server PDC.  It is currently supporting 25 Client PC's.  Is this the maximum the PDC should support and if so what the best way of adding more PC's to the domain ?
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25 Should be fine, but it all depends on what is running on the Server?
Also, is this your only Server?
It all boils down to performance, but again that depends on what the server is doing????

If you can not notice any performance decrease, then it might not be financially viable to go out and buy another server unless, it will improve performance noticibly i.e make working more efficient.
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