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Linux server compatibility questions

I'm replacing an ancient server I have at home. The old machine is currently running Windows 2000 Server edition. It's an Active Directory domain controller, functions as a basic file server, hosts an ASP.Net 2.0 web site (dasBlog), and I occasionally need to remote in to it when visiting places that won't have a vnc client installed other than the windows terminal services rdp client. I'd like to put an operating system on new box that's not almost 10 years old, and so I'm wondering what a linux distro has to offer in the following departments:

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"dasBlog on mono - dont think so (third party libraries?)
migrate active directory - ive never been able to do this,, but the last time i tried this was about 2 years ago
No, RDP is microsofts proprietary protocol. X Server & VNC is all you got.
File sharing - Samba will take care of it
should be doable, but i think u need to adress #1-4 above first./"