Microsoft File Server Migration Toolkit 1.1 Released!

Microsoft File Server Migration Toolkit 1.1 Released!

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We are glad to announce the release of Microsoft File Server Migration Toolkit 1.1 !

With this version you will be able to migrate and consolidate shared folders from servers running Windows NT Server 4.0, Windows 2000 family of servers, Windows 2003 family of servers, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Storage Server 2008 to a server running Windows Server 2003, Windows Storage Server 2003, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Storage Server 2008. 

This new version comes with support added to Windows Server 2003 as well as Windows Server 2008, both on x86 and x64 systems, and its available in 5 languages (English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish).

FSMT 1.1 can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center site.

For more information please read the FSMT Whitepaper, or visit the Microsoft File Server Migration Toolkit Web Site


John Angel Diaz

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  • When I try to run the wizard from a couple of different servers I get the following error when adding a source server.

    "Could not connect to server SERVERNAME using WMI. Error message: Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))

    Any clue how to resolve this? I have checked and confirmed that WMI is running on all servers. Additionaly, I have confirmed that the Windows firewall is not on.

    Thanks in advance for your assistance.

  • I migrated a WIN2000 server to a WIN2003 R2 storage server with FSMT. After the copy phase which contained 3 shares only one is visible with explorer the others are not. I can however see the share and subfolders with a Dir command in a command prompt.

    Is this normal and if I execute the Final phase wil they become visible?

    Thanks in advance for any comment


  • Any update on the WMI errors I commented about last month? This is still unresolved.