Remove SBS 2008 from domain

Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
We are having problems wth SBS 2008 Premium that may require a rebuild.
There is an existing server 2003 domain controller
1. Need to move AD roles to 2003 domain controller
2. Would like to setup a temporary server running server 2008 std and Exchange 2007
then migrate Exchange from SBS 2008

This would allow us to save the domain, keep Exchange running while sbs is removed, rebuilt and added back to domain.

Need Documentation for these proceedures
Question by:cookd47
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    I would recommend doing a swing migration. Jeff Middleton is the easiest way to go about doing this.

    The time you will save, and the support options you will have after buying his package is well worth the money.
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