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Moving Citrix 4.5 Database

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Hello,
So we are getting ready to decommission a server. On that server is my Citrix 4.5 database. How hard is it to move to a new server? Do i need to use the same version of SQL if i do move it? its on SQL2000 and need to move it to SQL2005.
I'd love it if someone could walk me though the steps of this process.
Thank you.
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I am not 100% positive this is exactly what I am looking for, but instead of having this stay out here, I will accept the answer... thanks!! :)
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