I have a windows server 2003 r2 that has Citrix loaded on it with quite a lot of configuration. We're migrating it to a new server and I really don't want to have to invest the time again to configure it as I'd be looking at a good week to do it. Ideally I'd like to take a snapshot of the old server and just plonk it on the new one.
The only trouble I have is that the old server is a standard intel box with IDE drives and the new server is a HP DL480 with SAS drives. The OS etc will be the same on both boxes. Drive sizes are also different. The new server is not in production as yet so I can afford to bugger it up without reprecussion.
Is there a product out there that is going to allow me to "image" the old server and not have it shit itself on the new box? Can I load the SAS drivers on the old server and add to the boot.ini file the boot options of the sas drives? What is the best way to do this? Any input appreciated.