I have an iSCSI volume connected to a Windows 2000 server. I plan to shut it down and connect a Windows 2003 server to that same volume. This disk has 1 million very important files. My concern is that Windows 2003 may cough upon seeing the drive in some way and I just want to be prepared. I know I can upgrade Windows 2000 to 2003 and the volume will be fine. But is there a disk conversion process that I miss by doing my migration this way? I can't do it any other way. This is what I need to do if it is safe.