This document contains step-by-step instructions for migrating to Windows Small Business Server 2008 from Windows Small Business Server 2003.
This guide helps you to install Windows SBS 2008 in Migration Mode on a new server, and then to migrate the settings and data from the old server that is running Windows SBS 2003 to the new server that is running Windows SBS 2008. This guide also helps you demote and remove your old server from the network after you finish the migration process.
Windows Small Business Server 2008 Migration Help
This compiled help file contains step-by-step instructions for migrating Windows Small Business Server 2008. This file contains updates to the sbs_migrationCHM.chm help file that ships with Windows SBS 2008. You can find this file in the c:\program files\windows small business server\bin directory of Windows SBS 2008.
Windows Small Business Server 2008 Migration Checklist
Windows Small Business Server is designed to run on a single server and is capable of providing all the services and applications that are needed by a small business. Migration involves moving a customer’s entire IT infrastructure from one set of hardware to another, and this can include line-of-business applications, intranet sites, and user data. Seen from the outside, migration appears to be a complex, daunting task. A successful migration requires an understanding of your customer’s environment, plus knowledge of the steps needed and things to watch for while performing the migration. This migration checklist helps you migrate from Windows SBS 2003 to Windows SBS 2008. It is meant to be used as a quick guide to other tools and in-depth documents. Using this checklist and the other tools, you will be able to complete your migrations successfully for your customers.