Thanks a lot for the information. I will investigate at www.sbsmigration.com
to see what is available. Since this is a small network, I believe I could just do a clean install instead, but just trying to see if I can save some configuration time if an upgrade path is available.
In the case of a clean installation, is there a document/article available on the way to go? I remember 5 years ago there was some documents for SBS2003, just want to see my options before committing to this change, all workstations are being upgraded to Windows 7 and it may make sense to upgrade to SBS208.
Edhy Rijo www.progytech.com
"Larry Struckmeyer[SBS-MVP]" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:4e683515e2898cca089acb2376c@newsgroup
There is no upgrade path of 2003 to 2008 as we used to understand it. It
is now called "migrate". You can migrate your AD and Exchange to a new SBS
2008 from the SBS 2003, but it is not as easy as it was to do 2000 to 2003
on the same hardware.
One way I might do it would be if the 2003 was running on RAID1 so i could
move one drive to the shelf just in case. Or, if I had known good images
that could be restored easily.
However, there is a proven third party solution for this that is well supported.
to see if your situation is supported in his
methodolgy. It might be just the ticket.
Please post the resolution to your
issue so others may benefit
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> Hi guys,
> Is it possible to upgrade a SBS2003 to SBS2008 using the same server
> I understand that SBS2008 will only install in 64bits and my server
> supports 64bits OS but I have SBS2003 32bits, can this upgrade be