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WIndows NT 4.0 Migration to Windows Server 2003

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I am currently in the process of migrating a couple of file servers from an NT 4.0 environment to a Windows 2003 Environment.  Is there any documentation or tips that anyone can share to make sure that this is a smooth transition?
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