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Add Windows Server 2003 R2 to a Windows SBS 2003 Premium Domain

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Hi all !
I've a problem adding a Windows Server 2003 R2 to a Windows SBS 2003 Premium. The SBS Server is the primary domain controller, I need to add the Windows Server R2 to the domain as a Secondary Domain Controller. On the Windows 2003 R2 I start the Wizard to Add a new role, select Domain Controller/Active Directory), select domain controller in a existing domain, Next, the installation start,but it return me an error... The Active Directory scheme is not compatible with ...

Can someone help me ?

Thank's
Marco

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You need to update the Schema of the domain.  Insert the second CD of the R2 set into the SBS server and run ADPREP /FORESTPREP from the \cmpnents\R2 folder.
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I've solved the problem ! Thank's
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