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How to use File Server Migration?

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This is planning to migrate all the file shares from MS Windows 2003 R2 Servers, and consolidate them into a new MS Windows 2012 R2 server. I heard that Microsoft introduce a tool called File Server Migration toolkits. How to setup so as I can consolidate all the file shares from 3 w2k3 servers into this new w2k12 server?

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Hi Alexis,

Thanks for the link. Give me some times to read through? And get back to you later.
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Thanks Alexios. Your link is fantastic, and it solve the problem.
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Glad to help Michael!
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