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Hi,

I'm looking into setting up a colo and the location I'm looking at only provide server 2008. The current domain controller is on server 2003. My goal is to setup a vpn between the colo and the data center for the DC, so its always replicated.

My question is can I have the 2003 dc replicating on 2008 at my colo? If so, is the 2008 going to be setup the same way a 2003 secondary dc would be setup?
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You can have two way replication  between 2003 and 2008 domain controller

You can setup site to site VPN tunnel between both locations and then can install 2008 ADC there

What exactly you looking for ?
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Hey Mahesh,

Thanks for your response. I'm just looking to see if 2003 can replicate with 2008.

I'm eventually going to upgrade mine to 2008, but until then I just want to be sure I can replicate.  Do you know any links I can read up on how to do this?
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