Server 2003 and Exchange 2000 is it possible?

Posted on 2004-10-26
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
Good Day all,

Is it possible to upgrade from Windows 2000 server sp4 to Windows 2003 Server and keeping an Exchange 2000 server in the same domain? Will the Exchange server function or would i have to migrate it as well?


Question by:Tacobell2000
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    Expert Comment

    Is this one box or seperate boxes?
    Exchange 2000 will co-exist in a Windows 2003 domain. However Exchange 2000 will not install on Windows 2003.


    Author Comment

    These are in separate boxes.
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    Accepted Solution

    Then you will be fine.

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    Expert Comment

    You need minimum requirement of SP2 on Exchange plus some hotfixes or SP3 which is recommended.

    See here:;en-us;321648


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