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How to move clients to new SMS 2003 server

Posted on 2008-10-23
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I'm not that new to SMS but just did my first install today. We already have SMS 2003 installed on an older server. I installed SMS 2003 server on a new server as the old server will be put out to pasture soon. How do I easily move the clients from the old server to the new one? Thanks for all the help!
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by:CRCool
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Are you still having issues with this? Is the site code the same? If so, AD should see the new server as the old site code and if you have extended the schema, your client should find the new server without a problem.
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Thanks for the tips. The site code has changed, I wasnt sure that it could stay the same. I downloaded/installed some "SMS tools" from some site that aided in moving each client to the new site.
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Excellent find!

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