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    Domain Question

    We are on a Windows Server 2003 Domain, with 2008 member servers.

    Is it possible to have Server 2008 Domain Controllers on a 2003 domain?

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    Yes you will need to run adprep etc... beforehand though.

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    yes as long as you run adprep (from rhe server08 dvd) on a 2003 dc before joining it to the domain and yo dont increase forrest/domain functional levels above 2003

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