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Building a Domain on VMC 2004

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Hi to U all!

I'v just started to study MCSE and I want to practice on a real domain so what I did is installing "Microsoft Virtual Machine 2004" and installed on it "server 2003" configured as DC and 3 "XP SP2" as clients but when I tray to add those clients as part of the domain I'm getting an error that says the domain dos not exists.

My question is: "Is It Possible To "Server 2003" Configured As DC To Communicate With "XP SP2" Clients On "VMC 2004" And To Work With Them As A Domain?

If Not On "VMC 2004" Is There Any Other Way To Build A Domain That Can Work Correctly?"

THX In Advanced

Edited by Rikimaru10, 20 September 2006 - 05:00 PM.

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