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migrating from sbs 2003 to winodws server 2012 essentials support for windows xp

Posted on 2013-05-15
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I still have a few windows xp boxes, will these still run ok, there seems to be articles that say yes but with limitations,

as the ad is being migrated will they have to be added to the domain, when I think of a migration of ad workstations should login fine
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There is no support for xp. So no client backup. No dashboard. No health reporting. And future updates MAY break even simple AD integration. Time to replace those xp stations.
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