Migration steps from windows 2003

Posted on 2008-10-30
Last Modified: 2012-05-05

In our domain controller (both primary and secondary) having windows 2000 sp4. So i want to migrate windows 2000 DC to windows 2003 DC. Can you please tell me the procedure to migration steps followed and give me the exact solutions for this.

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This KB article contains a detailed list of steps, including several important caveats:

Also note that if you are upgrading to 2003 R2 that you must use the version of Adprep which is located on the second Server 2003 R2 CD.

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