|Posted by:||atsdan (atsd…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Fri, 22 Sep 2006|
I have spent the last one year on a migration project from windows NT4 to
2003. Due to budgetary reasons and time constraints i couldn't upgrade or
replace all the NT4 domain controllers at once. Therefore i used the
nt4emulator key to ensure that the NT4 domain controllers would still
coexist with the new 2003 servers. I am now pretty much ready to turn off
the NT4Emulator settings, but i have a few concerns:
When i disable the nt4emulator settings.
1. There are still one or two domain controllers that are running NT4 will
they still function as servers?, i don't care for them to function as domain
controllers i just need to ensure that users can access applications on
2. Is there any sequence i should follow by which i disable the nt4emulator
key on the domain controllers, i believe there are about 6 remote offices
each with one domain controller.