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I just migrated to 2003 AD with DNS running.  All my XP machines are updating and listing in DNS, but my WIn 2K machines do not show up.  Any ideas why?  I have 2000 DC compatibility mode and pre-2000 security mode.
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Have you tried removing and re-adding the W2000 clients? Do it this way:
1. Right-mouseclick My Computer and select properties. Use the Network Settings tab to place it in a workgroup.
2. Then on the Domain Controller, check in AD Users & Computers whether the computer account is really gone from AD. Remove it if it is still there.
3. Then add it back from the client.
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