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Moving ISA Server to a new machine

Last Modified: 2013-11-16
I tested ISA Server 2000 on an old PC and somehow it has been in the production environment for about a year :)

I now want to move the installation with it's configuration to a RAID5 server that has become available. I have looked for a best-practise procedure on Technet and ISAServer.org and have done a search on google and in experts-exchange and cannot find anything similar.

The version of ISA we have is ISA Server 2000 Standard Edition, so no array is possible. I wondered if I can use my ISA Server config backup to do a restore on to the new machine, and hey presto. Simple? Also, I wanted to change the name of the machine, but if that complicates things, I won't bother.

Any suggestions, pointers, complete articles, will be gratefully receieved

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