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I just introduced a Windows 2008 R2 Domain controller into my Windows 2003 Environment.  for the time being do I have to move the FSMO roles over to the 2008 DC or can I leave them on the 2003 DC for now?

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Jake
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There is no technical reason why they need to be moved.
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