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Migrate a ROOT CA from Win 2K3 to WIn2K8

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I have a Server Windows 2003 which is a root CA in my domain and the Server is Used to secure communications of my Exchange 2010 Server (outlook Anywhere)

I'm planning to migrate this Server to a new Box in WIn2K8 . What is the procedure to do that is there a complete guide that exist?

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