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Raise Domain mode to 2008R2 with an existing Trust relationship to an external Win200 Domain

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Raise Domain mode to 2008R2 with an existing Trust relationship to an external Win200 Domain

I have updated all my DC's to Win2008R2 and as of now the Domain mode is at Win2003. My question is will raising the Domain to Win2008 or Win2008R2 break the current trust relationship to the Stand alone Win2000 Domain?
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That was the first link I found before I posted. Before I raise the funcuntion level with this already inplace trust relation, I want to hear from someone that has already done it.
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No as long as these trusts are not forest to tree trusts. If this is an external trust then you should be good there are no problems with external trusts.
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