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How do I export sites from sharepoint services 2.0 to a sharePoint portal server 2003 and migrate with a crm 3.0?

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How can I setup Index functionality and search functionality across Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 sites and for a Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 these are placed on two different vmware servers (esx server v. 3.0.1). I have an existing vmware server with sharepoint services 2.0 sites where I want to export these to the Sharepoint Portal Server 2003 on a different vmware server. These are all in the same domain and I can ping them etc. Is there possible to make a framebased shortcut between these? My main goal is to make an integration between the sharepoint portal server 2003 and a CRM 3.0 Server. So that my users can use a web interface to get out data when using a button to perform a crawl/search over all these sites. Anyone out there have a good guide or a methode to perform this task?
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Extra info: The esx 3.0.1 vmware server that have the task as sharepoint services 2.0 are running Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition with SP2, the vmware server that have the task as sharepoint portal server 2003 with sharepoint services 2.0 are running windows server standard editon R2 with SP2. This might be of importance that they are running on some what different OS. Otherwise they are both using a Intel Xeon CPU 3.2 Ghz. The first one mentioned use 512 MB RAM ( and got 2 GB with free space) and the sharepoint portal server use 1024 MB RAM. (and got about 4 GB with free space). Hope this might clarify things more.


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Unless you can specified external sources to crawl in Sharepoint 2003, then you may need other search application to help you.

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Thanks for the reply Jason1178 and Cobrachen. The sources are in the same domain but on two different vmware servers. One contains only Sharepoint Services 2.0 where the main sites are and I have build up another vmware server with Sharepoint Services 2.0 and Sharepoint Portal Server 2003. I would like for these two to be included in the total search/crawl. . What other search application did you have in mind cobrachen?
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Perhaps you can contact company like Corworks for their products.

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