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Hi All, I am tring to put together a report of some sort that will show the impact (pro's and con's) of migrating from win 2k to 2k3 with exchange 2000 to 2003.  I am trying to find on the Internet  if someone did something like this for their IT dept. .
If you know of any samples, please tell.  

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Here is a good start

http://support.hosting.verio.safeharbor.com/verioknowbase/root/public/ves30143w.htm?

and check out other links in this page itself about FAQ on windows 2003 etc..
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