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We would like to get some advice from a shop that sees both NDS and AD
integrated on one desktop.  We rely heavily on Workstation Manager to
login to our XP machines and have found that Workstation Manager does
not allow an XP machine to join the domain and function fully.  We knew
this from day one, and it is the reason why we only have Workgroup
Windows servers at this time.
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Just FYI for you, but I think it will help your situation:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/sfn/msdss.asp

Yours,
Scott
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