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SBS 2011 Recovery, Rebuild

Posted on 2013-05-30
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We have a Small Business Server 2011 Premium enviorment. Our SBS 2011 STD VM is damaged beyond repair. We have problems with Exchange, IIS, SharePoint and WSUS. Microsoft has spent weeks trying to fix, but have just managed to make the situation worse. At the moment Active Directory and Exchange is working, but we not longer have SharePoint, Outlook Anywhere or WSUS services.

The problems all started a year ago when the network was infected with some Trojans. Network is clean now. But we would like to rebuild the SBS 2001 STD VM from scratch.

We would really like to move all the users from the current VM to the new VM as well as the users mailbox's on Exchange. Network is about 50 users, and I would not like to have to remove all the workstation off the old domain and then back onto the repaired SBS Server.

I have a full Altaro backup of the SBS 2011 STD VM, and a Symantec Server Recovery of SBS 2011 STD from within the VM.

I would like to ask, what would be the best way to rebuild this server and migrate my users?
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Since you have problem with that SBS i would recommend a new one. So you can restore the first SBS with your backups and then migrate everything to the new Server

follow this technet article for Migration to new hardware here
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