Upgrade step from win nt and win 2000 to win 2003

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I have windowsNT and window 2000 servers with active directory which i want to upgrade to windows 2003,all servers meet requirement for new vesion.Now can same help me on how to upgrade?what steps should i take
ASKED: November 14, 2005  2:16 AM
UPDATED: November 14, 2005  9:31 AM

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