Re: Migrating from Small Business Server 2008 Standard environment to Windows Server 2008 Standard x64


  1.    10 May 2010 #1
    JHadrava Guest

    Re: Migrating from Small Business Server 2008 Standard environment to Windows Server 2008 Standard x64



    It is possible and I just finished testing this on a lab network
    environment and was able to migrate successfully. I will be starting the
    real migration tomorrow evening and when I get more time in the next day
    or so I will post detailed notes on what needs to happen to make this a
    successful migration. Stay tuned.


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  2.    10 May 2010 #2
    Larry Struckmeyer[SBS-MVP] Guest

    Re: Migrating from Small Business Server 2008 Standard environment to Windows Server 2008 Standard x64


    Hi:

    In case you are watching this it appears to be your reply to some previous
    post. It is very confusing to post to orphaned threads in locations that
    mirror the SBS public news group and have them replicated to the SBS public
    group.

    Better to start a new thread in the techarena.in or the sbs group, and if
    you want it to be in both places cross post, don't muti post

    In regards to the subject, I am not sure what you are replying to since the
    orginal post is not shown, but there was never any doubt that one could migrate
    away from SBS.

    Wish you success with your migration and looking forward to your detailed
    notes.


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    > It is possible and I just finished testing this on a lab network
    > environment and was able to migrate successfully. I will be starting
    > the real migration tomorrow evening and when I get more time in the
    > next day or so I will post detailed notes on what needs to happen to
    > make this a successful migration. Stay tuned.
    >
    > http://forums.techarena.in
    >

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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