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Moving SBS 2000 to a new server

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I have purchased a new server to replace our aging existing server.  I would like to move the SBS 2000 from the old machine to the new machine.  Any advice on how this is best done?  I believe that at one time Microsoft had published a white paper on how this is done. however, I can't find it.

Thanks for the help.
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