Windows 10 server dependencies

  1.    14 Oct 2015 #1

    Windows 10 server dependencies

    Hi, does anyone know what the Windows server dependencies are for Windows 10? ie. does the domain need to be upgraded? Are there any legacy protocols that no longer work etc?
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  2.    14 Oct 2015 #2

    Keep an eye on things like Microsoft's Technet release notes. A Windows 10 client should be able to join an existing domain but remember Windows 10 is built on a different platform than even Windows 2012, so I guess to be fully compatible we have to wait for the next server edition to be fully released. I heard of people having issues with group policies and with authentication, but we haven't tried it yet in our company. I may install one to see how it goes on our Win 2008R2 setup. For sure there are going to be patches and updates coming out to accommodate Windows 10 in existing domains.
    I have heard that you can use Win 10 clients in Win 2003 domains.
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