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does a windows 2003 domain using active directory need a wins server? all my domain controllers are windows 2003 standard servers.
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No, a Wins server is not necessary, however, there are certain applications that do require one.  My guess is that if you run across one of those applications, you'll know about it.
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Afaik, not. You can do all of it through (AD integrated) DNS.
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thanks for the help
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