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As long as the machine is a member of an Active Directory domain, yes. Exchange does not need to be installed on a Windows 2000 domain controller, and best practices actually dictate that you avoid this if possible. The best deployments have Exchange 2000 on its own dedicated member server in an AD domain.
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