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when join windows 2003 to windows 2000 server

Posted on 2007-10-21
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i have one server with windows2000 server and won workstation windows2003 server
so i need to join windows2003server to windows 2000 server
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Alan Huseyin Kayahan earned 1000 total points
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:) i remember that - during the world cup it was!

you talking additional DC or simple a member server?

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you can have any version of windows on a single doamin as far as there is only one acting as domain controller that is active directory holder should be only one in the network other server can be a member of the network as far as they are not dominating as domain controller you can have additional domain controller on same network like replicating domain controller master vicemaster etc but that is a different story.

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