Collapse NT4 SBS domain into existing Windows 2000 domain

Posted on 2005-05-10
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
We have 2 full domains.  

1) Existing Windows 2000 SP4 domain with Exchange 2000 SP3 with mail to

2)  Smaller old NT4 SBS domain with Exchange 5.5 and mail to

I would like to migrate all users and email from old network to new and eliminate old server.  Looking to develop list of tasks to complete migration, but not sure how to migrate old domain for migration.  

Do I use ADMT?  How do I get around no trust issue with SBS, do I need to get the SBS Migration Pack?  What about migrating Exchange?


Question by:smeek
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    You have some step by step instructions from Microsoft here:

    you find upgrade for sbs 4.5 a bit down on the page

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