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Hi everyone!

does the new Windows 8 OS integrates with no problem a Windows Server 2003 domain?
any known issues?

thanks! :)
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Yes,   Windows 8 works to join a Windows 2003 domain in mixed mode.  It it a client, so should not have any problem on the domain side with the exception of Group Policies.
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This was quick! thx
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