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When you install an Active Directory domain, it is installed in mixed mode by default. Mixed mode is maintained for backward compatibility with Windows NT. Suppose you have an existing Windows NT domain, and you decide to upgrade that domain to Windows 2000. During the upgrade process, you begin with the PDC. Once the PDC has been upgraded, you can then move to your BDCs and then to your client computers as desired. Mixed mode enables you to take your time with the conversion because it permits Windows NT BDCs to function within the new Active Directory domain. This is because the upgraded PDC (now a Windows 2000 domain controller) still acts as PDC through the PDC Emulator FSMO role. The PDC Emulator handles all password and replication changes for BDCs. In essence, the BDCs believe the new Windows 2000 domain controller is still a PDC even though PDCs do not technically exist in Windows 2000 domains.
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Windows 2000 mixed mode is a great design because you can upgrade your PDC and spend some time testing and playing around with the upgrade before ever moving to your backup domain controllers. In other words, your domain doesn t go down while you are upgrading. In fact, your domain can remain in mixed mode as long as you want, but there are some drawbacks: Windows 2000 domain controllers must support legacy services in order to support the NT BDCs. You can t use Universal groups, Domain Local groups, or nested groups. In mixed mode, the Universal group option is not available when you configure and create groups (see 9). If you upgrade only the PDC and you do not upgrade any other BDCs or install new, additional domain controllers for the domain, then you do not have any inherent fault tolerance for your domain or Active Directory database for that domain. Mixed mode is a very important function of Windows 2000, but it is designed to support Windows NT BDCs only until you upgrade them to Windows 2000. Although you can remain in mixed mode indefinitely, you should move to native mode as soon as possible to get the most from your Windows 2000 domain. Native mode simply means that all domain controllers are Windows 2000 domain controllers, and Windows NT BDCs are not supported.
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Native mode refers to domain controllers. After the change to native mode, downlevel clients can still log on to access a Windows 2000 domain. Native mode simply means that NT 4.0 BDCs are no longer supported. You can, however, still use Windows NT member servers just not BDCs.
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Once you change to native mode, your domain: Will not support NT BDCs. Can use Universal, Domain Local, and nested groups. Removes the Netlogon Replication service and replaces it with File Replication Service (FRS). (Netlogon Replication is supplied for backward compatibility and is not needed in a pure Windows 2000 domain.) Will use true multimaster replication. In other words, you can make database changes at any domain controller. So, the overall point is mixed mode is important to your deployment. Use mixed mode as long as necessary, but move to native mode as soon as possible to take full advantage of all Windows 2000 has to offer.
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Here s an important point to remember. The change from mixed mode to native mode is one-way. You cannot change back to mixed mode once you have changed to native mode. This means that the domain will never be able to support any Windows NT BDCs again. Thus, make certain you are ready for the move to native mode before proceeding.
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Changing to native mode is very easy. In fact, it is just the click of a single button. To change a domain to native mode, follow these steps: 1. Click Start Programs Administrative Tools Active Directory Domains and Trusts. 2. Select the domain that you want to move to native mode, and then click Action Properties. 3. On the General tab, you see a Change Mode button in the lower half of the window, as shown in Figure 8-2. To change the mode, click the Change Mode button. Note the warning that the change to native mode cannot be reversed. Click the Yes button to continue.
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