Lotus Notes and W2k server domain issue

Are there any issues with upgrading a Windows 2000 server running Lotus Notes to a Domain controller?
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qwaleteeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
One of my colleagues just did this yesterday.  Domino doesn't care whether it is on a member, PDC, or BDC -- and doesn't even know the difference or the change.  Windows has no clue whether Domino is even running, as opposed to any other program or servuce.  So, I don't think anything can POSSIBLY go wrong, unless you screw it up.
neowolf219Author Commented:
"I don't think anything can POSSIBLY go wrong, unless you screw it up"

You sound like my boss :)

thanks for the reply.  I'll leave this post open for a few more days to see what anyone else has to say, then award points if there are no other replies.  Thanks again.  
qwaletee, what does murphy's law say about that single line that neowolf219 picked out?
And some call him an optimist!
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I recommend, untill you are absolutely sure your server can actually handle the load of Domino Server + ADS, go fo it. Technically, no hitches!
If you are small enough to think your Domino box should share duties as PDC, then you probably don't have enough of a network to really have your PDC flush resources.
neowolf219Author Commented:
All valid points.  I appreciate everyone's opinion.  Will close this out and post again when install takes place.  Look for something in this area around the 12th of May if I run into any issues.  Thanks again for your time.  
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