Migration of Exchange 2003from SBS to Standard Server

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I have an existing Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003 and I would like to know how, if at all possible, to copy all the existing data (Active Directory and Exchange Server) over to a new Windows 2003 Standard server
ASKED: October 28, 2008  6:39 PM
UPDATED: October 29, 2008  3:30 PM

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I would think you could do a DSQuery on the old and pipe that information to a file and then use DSAdd to import the information into the new system.
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  • Dwiebesick
    Please clarify your question. I understand you have an existing SBS 2003 and you want to move data. Are you saying you want to split the data to different servers? Or are you saying you want to move your SBS to new hardware? If you are splitting your SBS to many different servers, then you should use Microsoft's transistion pack. What is the end configuration you are trying to acheive? One 2003 STANDARD server with Exchange and all your FSMO roles on a domain controller? Reply back with more specific info and I will try to assist. dmw
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