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Transition from Server 2003 x64 Domain Controller to Server 2003 x86 Domain Controller

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I plan on transitioning from one Windows Server 2003 X64 domain controller to 2 Windows Server 2008 X86 domain controllers. I know it seems backwards to move from X64 to X86, but I am starting in a new job, and this is what I'm given to work with.

I'm just wondering if anyone knows of any issues moving from X64 to X86 servers. I know there are two different versions of ADPREP for the different architectures. It's not going to be an in place upgrade either, I'm going to add the two 2008 domain controllers to the environment, and once I have everything switched over, the 2003 DC will be removed. Thanks in advance.
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