Can Unity 3.0 run in a Windows 2000 native mode domain? <br><br>I think I remember that Unity 2.4 could only work in a mixed-mode Windows 2000 envirmonment.<br><br>Thank you for the response in advance.<br><br>
I found this in the Unsupported configuration section of the system requirements document on CCO -
The following configuration is supported but not recommended:
Cisco Unity can run in a Windows 2000 Server domain that is running in native mode; however, the Internet Voice Connector will not install on a domain controller in this configuration. Also, there may be performance degradation at a high port/user count.
All information is available in the documentation that comes with Unity. You need to check the 3.0 documentation. We do not have any other hidden information that is not shared with all Cisco customers.
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