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Upgrading from Windows 2000 to SBS 2003 on new server - need to start from scratch?

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Hello,

If we are running Windows 2000 server as domain controller, and we want to replace this old box with SBS 2003 running on a new server, can we do so without starting from scratch, eg: pumping in all the user accounts into SBS, new domain name etc?

Any advice on this topic would be appreciated.  I have found many references of people going from sbs 2000 to 2003, but not plan server 2000 to sbs 2003.

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Not sure what references you are referring to, but the official Microsoft migration paper is titled:
"Migrating from Small Business Server 2000 or Windows 2000 Server to Windows Small Business Server 2003"

You'll find that at http://sbsurl.com/migrate

Jeff
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