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2000 File Server and a New 2003 Web Server?

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We have a 2000 File server on our network and it is the Domain Controller.  Will we have any conflicts if we add a new 2003 web server?  I have had conflicting reports indicating that the 2003 web server will try to take over the 2000 file server.  Is this true?
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News to me, I can't see how it could. Keep it as a member server to be sure - it is a web server, after all, but I can see no probs.
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