Caveats for Windows 2003 supporting lPv6

You may be (un)surprised to hear that while services like DNS on Windows 2003 are supported, the Active Directory service is not. This means that if you want to configure a Windows Vista or Windows 7 system to a pure lPv6 environment, it could never be a member of a Windows 2003 Active Directory environment. If this is of concern to you, then consult the Microsoft TechNet article “Exploring lPv6” which outlines what is and is not supported with Window 2003 lPv6.

More information, read

Enabling IPv6 Support in Windows 2008 with an IPv6 DHCP Server

Enabling IPv6 Support in vCenter

Enabling IPv6 Support on ESX


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