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SBS 2003 Upgrade to Server 2003

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Hey All,

I currently have SBS 2003 that I would like to upgrade to Server 2003 using the transition pack.  Since I unfortunately have Exchange 2003 installed on the domain controller what is the best way to start the upgrade?

Thanks for the help
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Follow the detailed instructions of the transition pack... having Exchange 2003 installed on the domain controller is not unique... it's how SBS is designed and why the transition pack exists.  

Documentation:
http://sbsurl.com/transition

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