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Sharepoint Upgrade SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 - Database upgrade fails

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Hi All,

We are having trouble upgrading from Sharepoint on SBS 2003 to a new SBS 2008. The SBS 2003 is not working, but we have mounted the database on the new SBS 2008. Through Sharepoint administration created a new website for the new database, and used STSADM to attach that database to the new website.

It fails during the upgrade with an error 3.0.5.0, which doesn't seem to have any references anywhere.

The same result occurs if doing the upgrade through the Sharepoint Administration webpage.

I've attached the upgrade log file that shows the error. Any assistance greatly appreciated. Upgrade.log
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by:Cliff Galiher
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Unfortunately migrating is not as simpe as mounting the database and then running some upgrade commands. The database structures between v2 and v3 are significant enough that you really must create a new site and then import the settings.

The bad news is that to properly import the settings, you *must* grant appropriate permissions to the data (at the sharepoint level, not the database or file level) and this can only be done if sharepoint functions properly on the 2003 server.

You will need to get your SBS 2003 server up and running properly to move sharepoint as you intend.
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by:sabby447
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The error seems to be talking about user rights, Are you running using the same admin account, You may want to ensure that you are running in Admin command prompt, Have UAC disabled and The user is part of  admin group on local computer
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Logged in as the Domain administrator.
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by:sabby447
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Was the previous machine in the same domain or is this a new domain (Some restructure happened ?  )

Otherwise you may want to look at restoring old system and then doing a re migration

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Same domain, it was an upgrade from SBS 2003 to SBS 2008. Followed the upgrade procedure. Part of it was to detach the old database. Now it won't reattach to the old system as it is 9GB, the SQL Express only allows 4GB database
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Hunh, That is the one concern.. Try using SQL Express 2008 R2 i.e. 10 GB limit
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I think it should be closed as not solved. Ended up witha call to Microsoft Support who solved it.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See the recommendation for more details.
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