How do I prep to migrate to another server and OS

Posted on 2009-02-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hello All.

Heres the situation. Our company has 25 employees, and currently occupies 18 servers. 16 of them are VM, the other 2 are physical AD/Exchange.  Our ESX server is off of lease and must go back by June 1st. The company owner is requesting we go to 2008, with exchange 2007 on the new ESX server.
In order to maintain  mailboxes, rights domain. What steps should I consider? Should I being using ADMT?  I want to plan for this as much as possible,.

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