Migration from SBS 2000 to SBS 2003

Posted on 2005-03-23
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What is the best prescribed migration plan?


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Just skimmed it. Beautiful. Thanks
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Your very welcome... Good luck with your Migration...
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If you haven't done your migration yet, I'd HIGHLY suggest that you take a look at the Swing Method -- at http://sbsmigration.com 

The full overview of this method is here:  http://sbsmigration.com/_downloads/Swing_It_Reviewers_Technical_Guide.pdf

It's a much more reliable method than the standard ADMT method, and it works!

Jeff @
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TLengyel - The Link to the Swing It Tech Guide that TechSoEasy put here is Excellent, It is well worth your time to read it and you should take the time...
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His question was answered with very valid links by TechSoEasy and myself.

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