What operating systems can be set in an active directory

Me and a co-worker are at a disagreement. What O/S can be set in an Active Directory that is controlled by Windows 2000 Server and Server 2003? We cant find any documentation anywhere
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All of these can be joined to an AD domain.

Windows 2000
Windows 2003
Windows XP
Windows NT - but can not use GPO policies.

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You can also do win98 and NT 4, but not out of the box. You have to add the Active Directory Client (not sure of exact name), but even then they are not fully functional in Active Directory.
bad8174Author Commented:
Can Windows Home be added?
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Windows Server 2003

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