Can i have two domain controllers, one with 2008 Standard  R2 and the other with 2008 Enterprise r2

Posted on 2011-10-25
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Can i have two domain controllers, one with 2008 Standard  R2 and the other with 2008 Enterprise r2
Question by:rodrobb
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    Yes of course, you can have them working together. AD database is not aware of server edition.

    Just simply join additional DC into your domain. If you're interested please check my blog for that at

    and look for "Adding additional Domain Controller"

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    no issues you can i stall
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    MS AD database is not version/edition dependant

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