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Add a 2003 DC to an existing 2008 domain

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We want to add a 2003 sever and make it a DC to an existing 2008 domain that is running at 2003 functional level. The domain was setup with a single 2008 domain controller so a 2003 DC has never existed on the domain. Will this be a problem?

Thanks,  Scott
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No it wont be when you configure choos it as a child domain controller or peer according to your requirement
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