It is funny how things happen. I was debating with my dad which was better - building a new server and re-joining the clients, migrating via AD in a VPC to give the server the same name or adding the server and dealing with the fact that the "server" has a name change. I then told my dad that I had blogged about this and he should have read the document, only to discover that I had not. I've seen it covered in a few places. I'm always open to feedback on this sort of information. I am pro-VM based migrations but people seem to think they are too hard, so more on that would be really good.
Microsoft has released a new whitepaper and set of worksheets entitled:
”Migrating Windows Small Business Server 2003 to New Hardware“
The whitepaper outlines the following steps for migrating from an existing computer running Windows SBS 2003 to new hardware:
- Evaluate the current status of the source server.
continued at Whitepaper - Migrating SBS 2003 to New Hardware | NoGeekLeftBehind.com
Wed, Nov 14 2007 9:18 PM