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Microsoft 2000 server in NT domain

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I have an nt domain called test. I have only one pdc in that domain. I have an extisting dns server in that nt domain. I have to install win 2000 server in that NT domain. I installed one win 2000 server withour active directory and joined to that domain. Aftet when I tried to connect to this machine I am getting a trust relation error message. Please let me how to solve this. I have to install a win2000 server in this domain.

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try to do the operation again manaully

1. go to the 2000 machine
2. view My Computer properties
3. select the Network Identification tab nad press properties
4. do the proper channges to join the domain again and make sure you have a domain admin account with you


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before you do the above, go to the NT PDC machine and under Server Manger chaeck if the computer account is already there, and if so delete it first from the domain

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That means it is possible to add a windows 2000 server in to NT domain without active directory. Is it correct?
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absolutly, i already run a few 2k and 2k3 servers as members of an NT 4 domain and no AD is running, very reliable

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Ahmed answered not one, but two questions...
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