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SBS 2011 to Windows Server 2012 migration

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Hi Experts,

We have SBS 2011 installed on our server with Exchange.
We would be migrating to Server 2012 R2 and Google Apps.
Does someone have a proper guide to do this??
We do not want to use SWING MIGRATION method.

I did a migration quite a few years ago to Server 2008 and remember transferring the 5 FSMO roles and uninstalling exchange etc. but if someone has a proper guide written that we could follow that would be gr88.
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SWING migration only support SBS 2008, so SBS 2011 really don't need that :)

Anyway, Microsoft has a documented article and instruction on how to do so. I use it a while back and it is still pretty on the dot.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj721754.aspx

IF you need any help or explanation on the article, please let me know
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