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OK to join 2012 server as member server to 2003 domain running exchange 2003?

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Want to join  new windows sever 2012 as member server to 2003 domain. Since we are still running 2003 exchange can't migrate to 2012 domain.
See no reason shouldn't be able to join 2012 server to 2003 domain and no break exchange 2003.
Understand 2012 can not be DC, just join as member server.
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yes it can be in the domain..... however it cant be a DC
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