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Moving a web server to Virtual Server by imaging

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I wasn't able to find information on moving a given production server to virtual just by imaging it. I need to move one of our hosted intranet site to Virtual server to free up a box. I am abstaining from configuring a new VS and configuring IIS on it, due to the proprietary software that was custom designed for our firm with a web interface. We don't have support for the software.

Is there a way to take an image of an existing server and migrate it to Microsoft Virtual Server 2005?
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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb740912.aspx
this is what you maybe looking for...
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I also found this link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc708318.aspx
And the link you provided seems to be exactly what I need. Thank you.
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