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I have a website in SBS 2003.  I have migrated to SBS 2011.  The exsiting sharepoint site in 2003 isn't that complex.  I have recently installed Sharepoint 2010 Enterprise on another new server.  My plan was to build that out and then put the things I needed from the original site into the new site by exporting the lists I want and the same with the documents.  When the IT consultant demoted my server I lost access to the old site \companyweb.   Of course SBS 2011 also has companyweb as well.   So essentially:
How can I get my old site back up running so the office can use it until i build my new site on the new sharepoint server?
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Join it back to the domain and go from there?  Is that possible?

I'm guessing your current SharePoint is WSS 3.0.....is that correct?  If so, you can't just pick and choose what you want to bring over to SharePoint 2010.  You have to upgrade the entire site by attaching the database to a 2010 web application.
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