And don't forget Swing It from Jeff Middleton. www.sbsmigration.com
will give you more information.
One of the Magical M&M's www.smallbizserver.net
Take part in SBS forum: http://www.smallbizserver.net/Default.aspx?tabid=53
"Cris Hanna [SBS - MVP]" <crisnospamhanna@newsgroup> wrote in message news:O$GVaetQKHA.1372@newsgroup
yes it's possible
If you look at the technet documentation, it will pretty much be the same. I don't know if the update to allow for a 21 day period will work on a standard server...
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"Evan McNally" <EvanMcNally@newsgroup> wrote in message news:AA567EB9-93AC-49A1-B023-65350365F285@newsgroup
I am working with a client with an existing 2003 server (not SBS 2003) whcih
is also running Exchange 2003.
They are getting new hardware and going to 2008. SBS 2008 Standard is a
good fit for them in terms of features and price, but I am having trouble
finding a good migration path from full windows server to SBS.
I do need to keep Active Directory and Exchange without rebuilding the
domain from scratch.
Is such a thing possible?