I have a new server its 2008, I have an old server its 2003. I have the two in the same domain and now I would like to just move my data to the new one. There seems to be several ways to do that. I do not have a serious problem just want to decom the old server and start using the new one. What is the best way to do that, in a non-critical situation?
there are less then 30 users, and the total data is less then 20gb.
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