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By mzee ·
I need clarification!!! Native mode only requires that all you PDCs are 2000 or does the clients have to be professionals too. i was watching this learnkey interactive CD and the gentleman kept saying that before you switch to native mode, you musthave both PDC and clients pure 2000. Please someone clarify.

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by fenaikh In reply to native mode

Hi
He ment the servers. pls read more fro m MS.

I hope this we help you

Good luck.

Mohamed

Modes Supported by Windows 2000 Domain Controllers
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q186/1/53.ASP

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by mzee In reply to native mode

Thats what i thought, but the guy kept on stressing "Clients"

Thank yo

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by bentgellerich In reply to native mode

In Naitive mode all Domain Controllers must be running Windows 2000. Mixed mode supports the use of BDC's. This does not affect any other machines on the network. For example you can still have NT 4.0 Member Servers and 98 Workstations.

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by mzee In reply to native mode

You are damn right, need to email the gentleman at learnkey to correct his mistake, he is mileading thousands of people

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by chrism In reply to native mode

If you have any NT4 DC's then upgrading to Native mode is a bad idea. Once you go native, your NT4 DC's will no longer be seen by the 2K DC's, so essentially they become member servers.

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by mzee In reply to native mode

Thanks very much

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