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How to add a Windows Server 2003 to a Windows 2000 domain

Before adding a Windows Server 2003 to a Windows Server 2000 domain, make sure you have correct DNS setup. You have to run the Windows Server 2003 Adprep.exe utility is used to prepare a Microsoft Windows 2000 forest or a Windows 2000 domain for the installation of Windows Server 2003 domain controllers. To do that you need to run

adprep /forestprep
adprep /domainprep

on the Windows 2000 DC.

Then installed the new 2003 fileserver, and make it a member server using dcpromo.

 

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