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How to migrate a Website from Windows 2003 to Window 2012

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lianne143Flag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft IIS Web ServerWindows Server 2003Active DirectoryWindows Server 2012* iis6
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Hi

We were using windows 2013 server in our network and my predecessors had setup a password reset utility on this server.
Basically they have created a shortcut pointing to the following URL  and when I click this shortcut  
http://Win2003 Server/SchooAdmin/spwr/spwr.hta

It asks to run and when I click run, it opens  a box , where it gives options to change password of students and put the new password  and click reset , it changes the password successfully.

Please see the attached IIS snapshot, the properties of the Default website and if I open the
C:\inetpub\wwwroot folder , I can see the SchoolAdmin and spwr folder and many files are there within this folder.

Now I would like to migrate this password reset program to a Windows 2012 server. Please let me know if there is a way successfully migrating this.
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