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Any issues with hosting multiple Sharepoint Servers (not the same farm) on the same Domain?

Posted on 2011-09-05
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We are combining several different companies.  Each which had their own domains, own Sharepoint servers and Intranet.  Everyone will be combined to the same domain.  However, the Sharepoint servers will remain serperate and Not combined into the same farm.  The websites will remain seperate.  Besides working out the AD and user permission issues, does anyone see any other issues arrising from hosting seperate Sharepoint servers on the same domain?
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Hi! We have several SharePoint servers in our domain (standalone and farm intallations) and no problems with that at all. I don't see any way for these servers to conflict as long as they do not use the same resources except AD. If you're going to use other centralized resources for several servers (like DB servers) then it can be a problem.
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