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Is there a migration path for Sharepoint (to migrate to 2010) on an SBS 2008 box?
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I see it is supported.

http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blog/Pages/BlogPost.aspx?PageType=4&ListId={72C1C85B-1D2D-4A4A-90DE-CA74A7808184}&pID=438

I would then think it is like any other upgrade to Sharepoint 2010
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Take a look at this Document I would think you want the In Place.
Upgrade-Approaches-SharePointPro.pdf
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Have you performed the Pre-Upgrade steps?

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303302.aspx

Here are instructions for the In place upgrade.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303307.aspx
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I havent done anything yet. I'm in the process of downloading the upgrade from msdn
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As Robert's blog sorta hints at, this is really *NOT* a good idea. It is very fragile, breaks with updates (regularly), and also permanently breaks some of the SBS integration peices. But, if you should choose to do so, the documents connectex provided are the way to go.

-Cliff
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I've installed it but I haven't run the wizard. I'm nervous to do so as all info points to it being a bad idea.
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