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Using the AD Sizer tool

Hello,

We want to upgrade the hardware on our domain controllers. We also wanted to know what it would take to run an "optimal" domain controller environment (hardware specs, # of DC in a site, etc.) and I wanted to use the AD sizer tool for this. I've browsed the internet and I see the Windows 2000 AD sizer tool, but nothing for Windows 2003. Am I able to use the the W2K sizer tool to get accurate results, or am I just looking in the wrong place.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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ReidAWCommented:
The best I can offer is chapter 4 - Planning Domain Controller Capacity in the following document:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6CDE6EE7-5DF1-4394-92ED-2147C3A9EBBE&displaylang=en
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