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Hello,
We will be starting Active Directory (English) but we also want to set up some French MS Windows servers.  My question is can you run Active Directory in English and have French language (MS Windows Server 2003 or 2008) operating systems servers in the Active Directory?  Would there be a conflict?
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No conflict at all...you are good to go..
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