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Upgrating from WIN2K Standard to Windows 2003 Enterprise

Posted on 2005-04-04
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Last Modified: 2010-04-14
We are planning to upgrate our server (Domain Controler) to Windows 2003 Enterprise. We were wondering if there are any unknown issues that we might encounter that we need to know in advance. or we jsut need to follow the steps.
Question by:wilkersons
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TannerMan earned 150 total points
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I don't forsee you having any issues at all.
I would advise reading through some items on this link. Especially the section on upgrade best practices.

Hope it helps

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