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Windows vista not join the Domain

How to join the Domain windows vista with windows 2003 server std. edition ?

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Please first of all check your windows vista edition,then open the "readme.file" from setup disc or folder of windows 2003 server std.edition.read the if it is written that"windows 2003 server for windows xp,98,vista,etc."if not written vista then it will not join.

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