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AD DS 2008 Functional level and XP clients ?

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Hi,

Could anyone confirm whether it's safe to move up to 2008 Functional Level in AD DS when the network still has XP clients (not Vista or 7).

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You can raise the functional level . But some of the new features available with this DFL may not be available on XP. for eg:Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
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