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Joining Windows 2003 to Windows 2016 Domain

Can Windows Server 2003 members join an AD domain functional level Windows 2016? I am getting errors when I try to join a Windows Server 2003. Do I need to re-enabled SMB v1.0 on the DCs in order to accept the membership? Thank you

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Thameur-BOURBITA answered

Hi,

You can join windows 2003 to a domain with functional level Windows 2016.
Windows 2003 doesn't support SMBv2, so you have to enable SMBv1.
For your information, Windows 2003 is out of support , I recommend you to install a server using a supported operating system and avoid enable a weak protocol like SMBv1 and RC4.

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Should not be a problem. I'd check the domain controller and problem member both have the static ip address of DC listed for DNS and no others such as router or public DNS.

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Razzi-7932 answered DSPatrick commented

@DSPatrick , the question still remains if I need to disable SMB1 on the DCs running Windows Server 2019 with the dom and forest functional levels as Windows 2016. Thanks

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SMB1 would not be the default on Server 2019, but to answer you will likely need SMBv1

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Just checking if there's any progress or updates?

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Razzi29 answered DSPatrick commented

@DSPatrick hello again. I am not having any luck getting SMB1 feature installed on my Windows 2019 Domain Controler :-( I get the error below.. Any suggestions? I tried everything from the links here as well:

-https://docs.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-server/storage/file-server/troubleshoot/detect-enable-and-disable-smbv1-v2-v3
-https://blog.baeke.info/2020/06/08/adding-smb1-protocol-support-to-windows-server-2019/

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I'd start a new thread.


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