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Converting XP professional as domain controller.

Posted on 2003-12-07
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i want to convert my Xp professional machine which is already a domain member into a domain controller. That is the actual scenario is that i have NT 4.0 as domain controller and xp professionals on client end. i want t add another domain so that the client may login to domain created on nt 4.0 or new domain that i want to make on the XP machine.    
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Can't be done. you need w2k server or w2003 server or another NT box, but you need a server OS, XP Pro can't be a DC
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