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Posted on 2011-02-28
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I have a domain and all my servers are on Server 2003
I am about to put 2 new servers into the domain and retire some of the older servers.
My new server have been installed with Server 2003 R2 is there any problems running AD on R1 and R2. Will i have any problems i should be aware of.

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by:explorer648
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I just did that very thing.
There is no problem at all.
once servers are going go to the snap in and then make sure that the domain level is 2003.
it all will work as I have had it working for 2 years now
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Glen Knight earned 500 total points
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There is no problem at all just mae sure that you run ADPREP /DOMAINPREP and ADPREP /FORESTPREP to update the Schema for a WIndows 2003 R2 domain controller.

You don't need to change the functional levels.
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