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Migration from SBS 2008 to Standard Server 2008

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I have an opportunity with a client that is north of 90 users and could double in 12 months. They have a 75 user SBS 2008 server to work with and I know the client should have multiple servers and Exchange. The client has already purchased Exchange 2010 and Server 2008 r2 and I want information on how to migrate or if I should just start from a clean domain.
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/SBS_Small_Business_Server/Q_25005312.html

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And to answer your second question: Only if it was the last option available.
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