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Migrate BES 3.6 to a new server

Posted on 2005-03-11
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I would like to migrate BES 3.6 from 2000 server running on a dell 420 to a new 1u 2003 server running 4.0.

what steps would be required?

Can i just move the data over?

Is tthere a data migration utility?

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