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Restoring Exchange 2003 on new hardware and different OS from backup tapes

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My Exchange 2003 server that was running on MS Server 2003 Standard crashed over the weekend and I need to restore it on a new piece of hardware running MS Windows 2003 R2.  I'm looking for detail instructions from start to finish.  This is my first time installing Exchange.
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This should work.
Assuming you are OK with giving the new computer the same name, these steps are pretty straight forward, and the quickest for recovery.

How to Move Exchange Server 2003 to New Hardware and Keep the Same Server Name
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997176(EXCHG.65).aspx
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