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What is the bast way to migrate a physical server with all data and services to a virtual server ?

I've tried to migrate my FAX server with "NTbackup" and "ARS" disk and failed :(

Can anyone .... ?
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If you are migrating to virtual server 2005 then download and install System Centre Virtual Machine Manager 2007. With the manager you can move servers from physical to virtual.
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Do i need to buy the software ?
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yes, but microsoft will let you can try it for 120 days for free  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/scvmm/bb727241.aspx
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Thanks, I'll download and check it.

Someone know some other ways ?
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