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In process of adding a 2003 based Domain controller to a 2000 based domain.

After adding the 2003 DC to domain it seems, when opening the Domain Group Policy on the 2000 DC lots of errors are reported about "truncated" entries in the policy.
When I perform the same task on the 2003 DC I do NOT get these messages. Is it, after migrating the 2003 DC and running ADREP etc that additional and new entries are added and modified on the policy to accomodate 2003 in the domain.

Can I ignore this ?  Will it effect any member servers in the domain when they access the policy.
Have put SP4 on the DC only, the rest of the member servers have SP3 on them. It is a production network and in the thought why change/upgrade SP unless we have problems.

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Hi ccfcfc,
there is a patch for Windows 2000 SP3, here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842933.
Otherwise, you can ignore those messages.


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