John Howard - Senior Program Manager in the Hyper-V team at Microsoft

Senior Program Manager, Hyper-V team, Windows Core Operating System Division.

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New Features of Windows Server 2003 Active Directory

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There is a forthcoming Webcast on Wednesday 9th Feb 16:00-17:30 UK Time (8AM-9:30AM PST) on the New Features of Windows Server 2003 Active Directory. For those of you who attended my TechNet session last night on the same subject, this should be a good follow up. The webcast is a level 200.

Abstract:
Active Directory has been growing! It has become a powerful - and essential - tool in properly organizing and administering a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 environment. Join this session as we cover most aspects of Windows Server 2003 Active Directory operations, focusing on new features for deployment, administration and management, forest trusts, Group Policies, and application support. Whether you're adopting Active Directory for the first time in Windows Server 2003, or are considering an Active Directory upgrade from Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000, you'll definitely want to join this webcast!

Registration site:
http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032268117&Culture=en-US

 

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  • My Name is Ashraff I want more details about Windwos 2003 Server & Windows 2000 Server. Can you connect Vis Versa from Windows 2000 Server to Windwos 2003 Server.

    My email Address:- namashraff123@yahoo.com

  • Ashaff - there should be no interop problems between W2K and WS2003. Your question is very vague, but I assume you are talking about server side rather than client (ie Windows 2000 client). From an AD perspective, WS2003 servers can participate as members of a domain/forest of Windows 2000 servers. However, to get some of the functionality I was talking about during this session, you must run at Windows Server 2003 Forest/Domain functional level. To achieve this, you must upgrade all your existing W2K DCs to WS2003.