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I am replacing my domain controller with a new server. The old server is win 2k and I am replacing it with Win 2003. I have a number of other servers on the network most of which are win 2k.
However, about 6 months ago I added a new exchange server running win 2003. When adding I ran adprep etc to extend the schema. Do I have to do this again when adding the new domain controller or as I ran it before I can assume the scema is okay and extended to allow win 2003 servers to be added. I made the new exchange server a backup domain controller.
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