What’s the difference between Windows 2000 Active Directory and Windows 2003

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How can I learn the differences from Windows 2000 Active Directory and Windows 2003 Active Directory, 2000 Group Policies and 2003 Group Policies, and the ADS services in Windows 2003?

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What’s the difference between Windows 2000 Active Directory and Windows 2003

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Hallo Johny,

The differences between windows 2003 active directory and windows 2000 active directory are viewed in the way the security features have been implemented.

Windows 2003 active directory has some more  new security features which were not in the windows 2000 active directory, as well as some features of great importance  such as the ability to rename a domain controller and even an entire domain, the features that were not implemented in windows 2000 AD.

The changes came about as a result of a change in the active directory while other changes came about with the release of the new version of windows.

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Lee Hung

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