I have opened the same question here before http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/SBS_Small_Business_Server/Q_28017386.html
, but that topic turned into discussion (which I appreciate very much!) about the common sense in my plan.
But as I am FORCED into doing it NOT PROPERLY, please, I ask this time only for technical details on how to proceed with the following. Please, do not discuss how and why my method is not good. Thanx.
The mission goal:
Migrate old SBS 2003 to new SBS 2011 on new hardware.
Migrate ONLY the following roles/parts:
- 40 users
- shared folders with permissions
The users are NOT joined into domain (it was a failure of previous admin), so they only have 40 users in AD, and the same usernames/passwords on all 40 computers.
This part I will leave intact in this first step of migration. I will do full migration of users and move them all to domain LATER.
My main concerns:
since I am migrating really crappy setup system, I would like to migrate ONLY the needed roles, which are user SID's and shared folders.
Is it possible somehow to NOT migrate Exchange, SharePoint and WSUS (because I assume there is a lot of crap in old config)?
Again - I WILL start this migration this Friday, so I need tech support.