I have an old server running MS 2000 server that I need to get data off of.
There is no USB port. What I would like to do is plug in a converter into one of the DB/9 serial ports and then plug in a flash drive into that.
I don't want to open the box up because there is so much dust in it!!!!!
Am I going about this the correct way or does someone have a better idea.
Again, most of the proposed solutions are if you can get log onto the original system. If you can do that then you should be able to alter the IP information and simply do a network transfer such as xcopy
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