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# 38925 6-Aug-2009 02:31
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I recently took over as the IT person at a school.  The school is running Windows 2000 on one box, Exchange Server 2003 on another box, and Server 2008 on a third box.  I would like to migrate everything from the 2000 box to the 2008 box and leave the Exchange server box in place.  I have looked and searched, but so far have only come up with a solution that involveds upgrading 2000 to 2003 and then migrating to 2008, but the solution did not involve the exchange server.  Can anyone point me to a step by step process?  The 2000 server is out of space on the C:\ drive, so I think upgrading to 2003 is going to be out of the question.  Any help?  Thanks!

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  # 253303 4-Sep-2009 19:19
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Hi Farnz,


What is running on the 2000 box that you need moved over?  Is it something you can do manually like DNS/DHCP etc?


As fas as i am aware there is no upgrade option for going from 2000 straight to 2008, you need to move to 2003 first (and from what i have heard going from 2003 to 2008 is no walk in the park either!)



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