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Remote Web Workplace / Local Intranet Migration

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I'd like to know if it's possible to migrate a Remote Web Workplace (hopefully that's the right term, basically the local company intranet) from an SBS 2003 box to a Server 2008 R2 box. We're looking to phase out the old server but would like to preserve the intranet if possible.
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Yes, the SBS2003 intranet is a collection of files that can be copied and placed into the new server.   Run IIS on the new server and set the folder to your standard web port (80).  

In fact, you can inspect companyweb in IIS on the SBS2003 for the folder location and the IIS settings.  Open the IIS console in server management.
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Hey DoDahD, thanks so much for your reply. Would you happen to know of a good step-by-step walkthrough for moving the intranet?
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