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migrate IIS and DHCP from 2000 server to 2008 sever

hi ,

i have a server 2000 with DC , IID , DHCP , DNS.

can you please help me with step by step on how can  i migrate my DHCP DNS and  IIS from server 2000 to server 2008 with all teh websites and settings.


Many Thanks
Microsoft Server OSWindows Server 2008Microsoft IIS Web Server

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Chris Dent

8/22/2022 - Mon
Bembi

Have a look here:
http://www.commodore.ca/windows/server_2008/windows_server_2008_upgrade.htm

Make a full backup including system state before you touch your system.
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helloaqib

sorry if the question remained uncomplete. but the there is a new server hardware as well for 2008 server. so i think its not inplace.
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Mmh, ok. Is there really an need for moving DHCP? As the IP adresses may vary, you can simply create a new one on the new server. You can switch the servers during the night (as you can only have one active DHCP server). All clients will regesgister with the new server. The clients will keep their IPs if possible.

To take over a few settings is less work in my mind as to move the things around.  
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As long as the systems are turned off, otherwise that's a pretty reasonable approach :)

Chris