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This blog is purely the personal opinions of David Overton. If you can't find the information you were looking for e-mail me at admin@davidoverton.com.

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SBS 2008, Installation, Migration and Configuration – Chapter 8 - Migrating users and data from SBS 2003
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Migrating users and data from SBS 2003

This chapter covers the finalising of the migration tasks with the migration of the users and the remaining data from the SBS 2003 system to SBS 2008. This chapter covers:

  • Migrating file shares
  • Migrating the Fax data
  • Migrate users and Groups
  • Migrate LOB applications
  • Finish the Migration

I’m a firm believer in scripts and this chapter provides some scripts to simplify the task ahead.

 

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Posted Tue, Apr 14 2009 8:56 AM by David Overton
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David Overton's Blog wrote David Overton's first book - Installing and Configuring SBS 2008, including migration from SBS 2003
on Wed, Apr 22 2009 7:20 AM

[updated 22nd April 2009] Hi, This page is not quite finished, however the book is! If you are interested

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