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hi,

In our domain controller (both primary and secondary) having windows 2000 sp4. So i want to migrate windows 2000 DC to windows 2003 DC. Can you please tell me the procedure to migration steps followed and give me the exact solutions for this.

Thanks and regards,
Vijay.
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This KB article contains a detailed list of steps, including several important caveats:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325379

Also note that if you are upgrading to 2003 R2 that you must use the version of Adprep which is located on the second Server 2003 R2 CD.
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