NT4 and Windows Server 2003?

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I've got a current network made up of a SQL/file server, a PDC, and a BDC. All are running NT4. I'm going to be adding a new PDC that will be Server 2003. We're a small company (21 users)and my question is about mixed enviroments. What are the bad sides of the coin? Are there benifits to having a mixed NOS on the other side of that same coin?

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Are you planning on migrating from NT4 to Server 2003? If that’s the case you should know that the domain/directory structure is completely different and you should download the following document from Microsoft.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=e92cf6a0-76f0-4e25-8de0-19544062a6e6&displaylang=en

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  • Howard2nd
    Do you connect to the internet? If so, then the question is NOT about a mixed environment, but how fast you can move from the compromised NT4 setup to Server 2k3 with all Paches and Firewall enabled.
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