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Windows 98 and Windows 2003 Active Directory

Posted on 2006-07-05
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Hi!

How can I configure a Windows 98 SE or ME machine to logon in a Domain Controller Windows 2003 Server with Active Directory?

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Artur Dietrich


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install DSclient for windows 9x.
http://www.4help.vt.edu/lm/
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look at the below document how to join the windows 98 PC to the Windows 2003 Domain Controller explained with the example and illustrations.

In the document refer the second picture you will see a box where the domain name is written as "wellesley" this is the NETBIOS name here you have to give the netbios name of your domain

http://www.wellesley.edu/Computing/Domain/win98.html

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