Re: NT Install Question.

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Fri, 30 May 1997 00:30:10 -0700 wrote:
> The BDC must be connected to the PDC at the time of its installation.
> Once it's configured as a BDC, then you can move it away, and get it to
> act over a RAS link.

Last year out PDC took a dump. I promoted the BDC to PDC, and brought
old PDC home. After replacing a bad drive, I re-built the system (I
to do a new install, because we over-hauled it) I installed it as a BDC
an ISDN connection. The key was to make sure you have a WORKING WINS
When installing networking, install TCP/IP and point to the SAME WINS
the PDC is pointing it. The BDC will find it, and you continue. I
see any reason why this could be done with an NT working and RAS routing
for the install, and then move RAS to the NT server once installed.

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