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Windows 8 Pro - Windows 2003 DC

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Hi,

Any known issues with connecting a Windows 8 Pro - Windows 2003 DC.

Trying to find out but wanted to confirm with some guys that have already done this.

Thanks,
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Question by:mdj1501
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 250 total points
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no problems, except that you can't leverage group policy properly
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I use my windows 8 laptop in exchange/DC 2003 on our network with no problems
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