NT PDC in win2k Domain


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Srinivas Acharya

Hi all,
I have requirement that is, I have installed new win2k
domain. But I have NT PDC which is also file server with
raid. I don't want to take risk by upgrading that server
win2k. Hence I want to create trust relationship between
AD domain controller and NT PDC. I have a DNS servers in
win2k doamins which have active directory integrated zones.

In this scenario, I am not able to create trust
relationships between two server. I have disabled netbios
over TCP/IP. I thought this could be the reason. But if
enable netbios over TCP/IP, I can ping PDC but I can't
build the trust. I have installed ADS in mixed mode. Could
any body of address this issue?.


Regards,
Srinivas Acharya
 
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Srinivas Acharya

Hi,
I have created the zone and added the PDC IP in that zone.
But still i am not able to crate trust relationship.
Please eloborate. I justr wanted to know is it required to
enable netbios over TCP/IP.

Regards,
Srinivas Acharya
 
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ptwilliams

In order to have a trust between NT you *will* need NetBT yes. You will
also need WINS on the NT4 side of things.

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Hi,
I have created the zone and added the PDC IP in that zone.
But still i am not able to crate trust relationship.
Please eloborate. I justr wanted to know is it required to
enable netbios over TCP/IP.

Regards,
Srinivas Acharya
 
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Cary Shultz [A.D. MVP]

You might want to take a look at installing the Support Tools on all of your
WIN2000 Servers in the AD environment and consider using netdom to create
the trusts. Please take a look at the following MSKB Article on how to
write an LMHOSTS files:

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=180094

Once this is in place you could use netdom to create the trusts. BTW - you
would be doing this on the WIN2000 Domain Controller that holds the FSMO
Role of PDC Emulator.

HTH,

Cary
 

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