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How do I migrate sbs2003 sharepoint to MS Sharepoint 2010

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Hi,

I have one MS SBS2003 server with SharePoint services 2.0 installed on it.
For now I will not do any other changes with MS SBS2003 domain server,
I would like to install SharePoint 2010 server on another Windows 2008R2 server and migrate all sharepoint data and configuration from SBS2003 SharePoint to new SharePoint2010?
How to do that?
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thx
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no commnent, please close the ticket
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