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Can you add a Windows Server 2003 R2 member server to Windows Server 2003 Domain

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Hello Everyone,

All of our DC's are running Windows server 2003 Sp2....Can I add Windows Server 2003 R2 member servers to the domain?

Thanks,

Bill
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You certainly can, only if you want to promote one of the R2 servers will you have to make any forest/domain changes.
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Thanks, that was quick!
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