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I'm looking for some help moving GP to a new server. can anyone provide some links for a step by step process? thanks
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Here is a link to a GP KnowledgeBase article: https://mbs.microsoft.com/knowledgebase/KBDisplay.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;878449.

This will list all the steps and provide scripts needed to move from one server to another.
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my microsoft login doesnt allow me to view the link you suggested.
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You would need a login for CustomerSource.  If your company is current on the annual GP maintenance, you should be able to get this either from your internal GP administrator or your GP Partner.
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