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Active Directory 2003 Upgrade Functionality Level to 2008

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When raising the domain and forest function level from 2003 to 2008 and I have TRUSTS in place, do the domains I have Trusts with have to have their Domain Controllers at 2008 as well or will their 2003 Domain Controller still function with our Trust?


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Going to 2008 DFL and FFL will not affect the trusts witn 2003 and 2008.  They will continue to function with no issues.

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Agree with above comment. Regardless of the domain/forest functional level Trusts will not be compromised.

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