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Bring 32 bit server into 64 bit domain

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I want to bring a 32 bit server into a domain that is already 64 bit.. two other servers... One of those servers is the DC.  I don't have enough hardware so I need to bring in a new domain controller (cheap box that can't hold 64 bit)
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darovitz:

Other DCs (or other servers for that matter) Couldn't care less if the current domain controller is 32 or 64 bit.

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darovitz:

To expand on this, $COMPANY has a client that three domain controllers - one is Windows NT4, one is Windows 2003 x86, one is WIndows 2003 ia64.

Not a problem. :-)

HTH

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