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SBS 2000 Migration to Server 2003

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I am migrating from an SBS 2000 server to new hardware running Server 2003. I can copy the data from the old server to a pc, then from the pc to the new servers. I however have not figured out yet how to port all of the exchange info from the old SBS 2000 server to the new Server 2003 server. Can 2 domain controllers exist on a SBS 2000 server. All help is greatly appreciated.
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Hi
I work with 2000 server domains and so don't use sbs, but this document looks like it should be a big help,
Migrating from Small Business Server 2000 or Windows 2000 Server to Windows Small Business Server 2003
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=fa187d1e-8218-4501-9729-222bd8ebb64c&DisplayLang=en

Deb :))
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