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How do I determine what mode Active Directory is operating in?

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How do I determine what mode Active Directory is operating in? We've gotten rid of our Windows NT servers. I'm just not sure what mode we are in; native or mixed.

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Rod
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Open active directory Users and computers. RIght click your domain, (At the root), properties.. in the General tab it will tell you under Domain operation mode.. It also let you change it.
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Thank you much!
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