Need to make 2000 server a member server to SBS 2003 domain, how?
Posted on 2005-04-26
I have a windows 2000 server that is it's own domain and used to be our old domain we authenticated against and logged into. It is running SQL Server 7 which I need to keep.
I now have SBS 2003 and have created a new domain and setup all clients to authenticate through this domain. People still use SQL server through TCP/IP to the windows 2000 server runing SQL Server 7.
I would like to have people be able to use the terminal services on this windows 2000 server. In order to do that, I need to have it be a member server to the SBS 2003 domain.
So my question is, how do I do this? I see in the SBS 2003 server manager the server setup, but I was wondering, do I need to do anything to the windows 2000 server since it is technically setup as a domain of it's own? Do I just need to go through this wizard to configure it as a member server or are there other caveats?
I a little nervous because it is running our production SQL Server 7 database and I want this migration to go as smoothly as possible.