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How would I move a WSS 3.0 site on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 ?

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We have been running a Sharepoint Site in WSS 3.0 for many years on a Server running Windows 2003.

I need to move this Sharepoint Site to a newer server running Windows 2008 R2.  The newer server is already running a different sharepoint site.  Please advise. Thanks,
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Will get to this next week. Thanks
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