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Best Practices Migration Hyper-V, SQL, Sharepoint in Cross Forest

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Hello everybody,

I'm working on a project that you need to migrate the Hyper-V (Cluster), SQL, Sharepoint and all other domain member servers.

My biggest concern at the moment is the migration of Hyper-V (Cluster), SQL, Sharepoint, because I have no deep knowledge about these products.

Could you recommend me the best practices to make this type of migration and what challenges and problems I can find this kind of migration?

Regarding versions have in each case the latest version and an earlier version of the product.

I thank you all.
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I can recommend you for SQL and SharePoint. Create new service accounts in new domain with relevant to the permissions we have in old domain. Disconnect the server from old forest and connect to new forest.
Run the command stsadm -o migrateuser -oldlogin username -newlogin username.
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Thank you very much Mohit.

Regarding the Hyper-V anyone could recommend the best solution for this type of migration?
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