Am running SBS2003 on a server to do some development on MS SQL 2000 in an NT domain.
Have started getting messages that indicate the SBS 2003 server needs to be configured as a domain controller (results in an automatic shutdown). Can the SBS2003 be set up as its own domain controller and remain in the NT domain?
Alternatively, can the shutdown be overridden somehow?
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