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I have a SBS 2003 that we have out grown. We are upgrading to a new server that will better handle our growing needs. The new server will also be a 2003 SBS. What is the best and easiest way to move all out users, exchange, share point etc. to the new server?

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Hi dwordenjr1,

Best and easiest?  Swing Migration, you can learn about that here, and purchase the kit if you so desire (best and easiest is rarely free)

http://www.sbsmigration.com/

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I would agree with -red, but also think that you should be informed of the various methods of doing this.  Please see my response here:  http:Q_22008948.html

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