swing mirgration from sbs2003 to sbs2003 r2

Hi All

I am doing a mirgration from sbs2003 to new hardware sbs2003 r2 premium.  Everything was working great go the swing server made and replicated with old sbs the grabbed FSMO and clean AD made new SBS server and repeated the FSMO DNS and AD cleaning.  Got to the stage where continuing the install of sbs on the newly created pdc and get errors installing exchange.

The error are (2 in total during install of exchange)

1. Setup fail while installing sub system error code 0xc103798a

2 . Setup failed while installing sub component domain-level permissions code 0x80072030

Really weird as I had run Domain and forest prep on the swing with no error codes

Any ideas anyone?

Cheers Simon
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connectexCommented:
I'm betting you either missed cleaning up an Exchange related AD object. Which means you can restart with a backup of your temp-dc. The other possiblity is you cleaned AD up too much. In that case you could use a backup of temp-dc or start over. Either way it's not a fun "swing".
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cybersiAuthor Commented:
Hi Connectex

I have just realised that their initial production server was once upgraded and had 5.5 on it.  I have now raised the domain functional level and exchange to Native.   Going to rebuild another temp DC and then clean out 5.5, 2000, 2003.  They are currently running sbs2003 r1.  Do you think this will help?

Thanks

Simon
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connectexCommented:
It's very possible. If you don't meet all the requirements sometimes the installers are poor about telling you what you need to do.
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cybersiAuthor Commented:
Hi I have tried this and no joy!  This time I got error 0x8007203a.

Any ideas?

Cheers Simon
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connectexCommented:
I'd contact Jeff Middleton via the sbsmigration forums. HE's very good at helping you resolve these type of issues. It's hard for me to help at lot here since the progress is quite indepth.

-Matt-
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cybersiAuthor Commented:
Thanks Mat!
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cybersiAuthor Commented:
Was not a fix for the problem I had but good advice though
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