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Hello friends

How many maximum users can create in a windows 2003 enterprise edition (Active Directory)
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More than you will ever need.
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The best answer I could find on the net is this:

Microsoft wrote:
ADAM has been tested with up to 5 million objects. ADAM shares its core code with Active Directory in Windows Server 2003, which has been tested with up to 60 million objects.


Objects can be users, computers, groups, you name it.

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Microsoft Exam 70-297 wrote:
To allow for significant growth in a network, Microsoft designed Active
Directory to support up to 10 million objects per domain.While Microsoft concedes
this to be a theoretical estimate, the company provides a more practical estimate that
each domain can support at least one million objects.
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Thank U Sir.

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