What does “Domain is not hosted on Windows Server 2008” mean?

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Hi guys,

I am having some problems running my Windows Server 2008.

It keeps on showing this error message:

I’m confused what causes the error. Can you tell me how to fix this error?


This domain is not hosted on windows Server 2008, Which is a requirement for this program to work.
The program will now exit.

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What does “Domain is not hosted on Windows Server 2008” mean?



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