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when running gpresult --  it said domain type windows 2000

Posted on 2008-06-14
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I run gpreult on a client machine and it says windows 2000 for type ??

I am running 2003 sbs??  Why does it say windows 2000 -- I have no 2000

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It's normal. Its just that the tool was developed prior to the release of Windows 2003. Don't worry there's nothing wrong with the system or server
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