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Active Directory issues to look for when upgrading from Windows 2000 to Windows 2003 Server

I currently have a Windows 2000 domain running Exchange 2000 and I am going to be upgrading to Windows 2003 Server and Exchange 2003 Server. What are some of the AD things that I need to look out for during this process?

I currently have a Windows 2000 domain running Exchange 2000 and I am going to be upgrading to Windows 2003 Server and Exchange 2003 Server. What are some of the AD things that I need to look out for during this process?
The Win2K/E2K to Win2K3/E2K3 process, while not a simple one, is one that has been documented and commented on by many members of the Exchange community. If you go to Upgrade to Exchange Server 2003, you'll see a number of references to the MS Exchange blog (you had me at EHLO), as well as MVP-run sites at MSExchange.org and the Computer Performance site that will help you go step-by-step through the process.

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