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    Windows Server 2008r2 Functional Level

    Hi guys.

    What benefits are there when raising the functional level from 2003 to 2008r2?

    I have no 2003 domain controllers left anymore so it shouldnt have an impact on the network in anyway should it?

    Thanks

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    Active directory recycle bin for a start, google is your friend

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    Haha I did look but didnt see anything about that feature... which looks pretty good to be fair.

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