2008 Server domain, win 2000 clients

Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

Is it possible to run 64 bit 2008 server with AD domain and have some win 2000 clients joining the domain?
Any issues/dissadvantages?

Question by:jhlds
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    You can run Windows 2000 clients without a problem. You shouldn't have any issues with configuration. Windows 2008 64-bit is a great server OS. If you have the 64-bit verison have you though about running Hyper-V?

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