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Running SQL on a 2000 DC

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I have heard people recommend not installing SQL2000 on a Win2000 DC. Can anyone verify this? If so, why not?
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Grocket
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Theres a few known problem such as:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=298570

or
http://weblogs.asp.net/taganov/archive/2004/03/23/94514.aspx

But microsoft support this configuration. They do not tell people that it is not a recommanded option.
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We currently run SQL 2K Standard w/ SP3 on Windows 2000 SP2 SP3 and SP4 + Domain Controller and have had no problems at all.  Being in the Retail Point of Sale biz for a while, I supported over 15-20 different clients, each having anywhere from 10-50 store locations and each store location running this configuration.
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