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connect two locations to same network

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hey guys... i have a question... i currently work in a small to medium company,..... There are two locations lets call them North and South... the locations are about 5-10 mins walk apart from each other... I want to set up a server (2003) as the dc. i am going to be using the network. currently we have just bought 3 servers... all these servers are going to be on the network- file server, print server and the dhcp/ dns server. these servers are going to be stored at the north location. the thing is i would want for the clients at the south location to connect to the domain at the north location so they can access the files and the printers that are stored on the servers...

how do i go about this? in terms of connecting two locations to the same network

thanks a lot
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