I recently bought a new server to replace our aging SBS 2003 box. Our SBS 2003 installation was upgraded in place from SBS 2000 and has been starting to show some significant slowness and quirky behaviors consistent with an old Windows installation. So I need some advice on the best way to migrate my user information to the new box. I could backup all of the data (user profiles, redirected documents, Exchange, & system state) and just do a restore on the new box (I'm assuming that I'll need to name the new server the same name as the old server to do this). My concern is that there could be bad/old data in the system state that I don't want to bring over. Can I just install SBS 2003 fresh on the new box, create user accounts for my users (about 50), then just restore the profiles, redirected documents, Exchange onto the new box? Seems like there could be a permission issue here. I like the idea of not bringing over the legacy of a 6 or 7 year old installation onto my new setup.