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Migrate SBS 2008 to Server 2008 R2 Standard

We are moving from our SBS 2008 server and putting in a Windows 2008 R2 server into our environment.  I understand there is a migration wizard when migrating from SBS to SBS.  Is there also a migration wizard to migrate to a 2008 Standard server (non-SBS).  We want to take all the FSMO roles, Exchange boxes (2010 new server), sharepoint (2010 Ent new server), make it the primary DC and remove our SBS box.  Any suggestions would be helpful.
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trivin

8/22/2022 - Mon
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trivin

I am going to do the same, but then migrating to Windows server 2012, and Exchange 2013.
So I am going to follow this post.
ronnypot

@trivin, for your information there isn't a possibility to migrate from Exchange 2007 or 2010 to Exchange 2013 at the moment. For Exchange 2010 you have to wait for Service Pack 3 which is expected first half 2013 and for Exchange 2007 there isn't any update announced for interopebillity with exchange 2013.
trivin

we uses sbs2011, and indeed with Exchange 2010.
Our sbs is oversized, and the licenses are changed, so I need to move it.

Thanks for the information, I found as well the same information now, so I have to wait.
Or do a migration to exchange 2010, but with a windows server 2012 dc in stead of the SBS.
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