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Can Win2K AD domain exist along with older established NT Domain

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Can I keep using NTDOMAIN for all the stuff that works and just use the windows AD domain for Exchange (when I get it set up)

What do I have to be careful about?  I don't want to upgrade my NT Server

I have a small NT Domain called NTDOMAIN.  This domain is used for login,  permissions, etc.  Everything is working and I can't afford to mess things up.

I needed to add a window 2000 AD domain, for Exchange 2000.
So I installed W2Kserver on a extra computer and created a ew active directory called ADDOMAIN usiing complocal.com


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I believe you can run both domains with a trust relation between them

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