I am in process of fine tuning my migration steps from a single NT4.0 Domain to Windows 2k AD.
My current setup is consist of One PDC and Two BDC. One of the BDC is located in a remote site which is connected to use by point to point. The point to point is done by 4 bonded Ts.
My questions are:
1. After upgrading my PDC in the main office to Win2k AD (Mixed Mode) the GC will be located in the main office. Would my users in the remote site experience longer/slower login, because GC is located across the WAN? The remote office is all Win2k Pro. What purpose the NT 4.0 BDC will play?
2. I am also using Kixtart for login scripts and mappings. Kixstart is running on all NT4.0 DCs. Again, once I upgrade the PDC in the main office to Windows 2k AD, then what would happen with my login scripts. Are all my remote users login scripts be running from the main office Wind2k DC and my NT4.0 BDC at the remote site will be ignored?
Based on my test lab, I know my current version of Kixstart works fine with Windows 2k... But, I am worried about my remote users.