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Move Project Server 2007 Databases to Different Server

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I have a project server 2007 installation using a separate SQL005 database server. I want to move the databases to a new SQL2008R2 server but i am stuggling to find some simple instructions for this. The databases I need to move are:

ProjectServer_Archive
ProjectServer_Draft
ProjectServer_Published
ProjectServer_Reporting
Proj_SSP
PWA_Content
PWA_SSP_Content
SharePoint_AdminContent
SharePoint_Config
WSS_Search_AWPROJECT
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Hi Bembi - thanks for the response but the article refers to moving from one environment to another and all i want to do is move the databases to a new server. I have achieved this in the end by setting a server alias using the SQL Client Network Utility CLICONFG
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this was the simplest method of moving the databases to a new server
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