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Finish Windows SBS 2011 Standard migration

Veröffentlicht: Dezember 2010

Betrifft: Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard

ImportantWichtig
Although the Migration Wizard does not migrate data for line-of-business (LOB) applications, you must use the procedures that are provided by your LOB-application provider to migrate the data within the 21-day grace period that you have to complete the migration process and before you decommission the Source Server.

To finish the Migration Wizard

  1. On the Migration Wizard Home page, click Finish Migration, and then click Next.

  2. On the Finish the migration page, you can choose to finish any skipped tasks, finish the migration process, or skip the tasks and return to the Migration Wizard later.

    1. If you want to finish the skipped tasks, click Do not finish the migration yet, and then click Next. To finish the skipped tasks, see the instructions for that task.

    2. If you want to finish the migration process, click Finish the migration, and then click Next. Continue to step 3.

    3. If you want to stop the Migration Wizard and return later to finish, click Skip this task, and then click Cancel. When you restart the wizard, it returns to this page, where you can choose to finish the skipped tasks or finish the migration process.

  3. On the Finish the migration page, follow the instructions in Demote and remove the Source Server from the network to finish.

  4. Remove the Source Server from the network.

    ImportantWichtig
    This is required.

  5. Rerun the Connect to the Internet Wizard to reconfigure the DNS entries on the Destination Server network adapter. This removes any references to the Source Server in the DNS entries.

    1. In the navigation bar on the Windows SBS 2011 Standard Console, click the Network tab, and then click Connectivity.

    2. In the Tasks pane, click Connect to the Internet, and then follow the instructions in the wizard.

  6. Return to the Finish the migration page, click The source server is no longer a domain controller, click Next, and then click Finish.

noteHinweis
After finishing the migration, you might experience an issue the first time that you create a user account on the Destination Server. If this occurs, remove the user account that you added, and then create it again.

Demote and remove the Source Server from the network

Prepare your organization for the removal of the last server running Exchange Server 2003

noteHinweis
Complete the following tasks prior to uninstalling Exchange Server 2003. For detailed instructions about how to complete these steps, see How to Remove the Last Legacy Exchange Server from an Organization (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=141927).

  1. Move all mailboxes.

  2. Move all contents from the public folders.

  3. Move the Offline Address Book Generation Process.

  4. Remove the public folder mailbox and stores.

  5. Verify that you can send and receive email to and from the Internet.

  6. Delete the routing group connectors.

  7. Delete or reconfigure the Mailbox Manager policies.

  8. Move the public folder hierarchy.

  9. Delete the domain Recipient Update Services.

  10. Delete the Enterprise Recipient Update Service.

Uninstall Exchange Server 2003

ImportantWichtig
If you add user accounts after you move mailboxes to the Destination Server and before you uninstall Exchange Server 2003 from the Source Server, the mailboxes are added on the Source Server. This is by design. You must move the mailboxes to the Destination Server for all user accounts that are added during this time. Repeat the instructions in Move Exchange Server mailboxes and settings for Windows SBS 2011 Standard migration before you uninstall Exchange Server 2003.

You must uninstall Exchange Server 2003 from the Source Server before you demote it. This removes all references in AD DS to Exchange Server on the Source Server. You must have your media to remove Exchange Server 2003.

ImportantWichtig
To remove Exchange Server 2003 from the Source Server, click in Add or Remove Programs, and then click Remove. Follow the instructions to finish the procedure.

Physically disconnect printers that are directly connected to the Source Server

Before you demote the Source Server, physically disconnect any printers that are directly connected to the Source Server and are shared through the Source Server. Ensure that no Active Directory objects remain for the printers that were directly connected to the Source Server. The printers can then be directly connected to the Destination Server and shared from Windows SBS 2011 Standard .

Demote the Source Server

You must demote the Source Server from the role of the AD DS domain controller to the role of a domain member server.

ImportantWichtig
The Source Server and the Destination Server must be connected to the network while the Group Policy changes are updated on the client computers. If you are ready to demote and disconnect the Source Server from the network, ensure that Group Policy settings are applied to all client computers.

To force a Group Policy update on a client computer

  1. Log on the client computer as an administrator.

  2. Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator.

  3. At the command prompt, type gpupdate /force, and then press ENTER.

  4. The process may require you to log off and log on again to finish. Click Yes to confirm.

noteHinweis
We recommend that you run the Domain Controller Diagnostics Tool, dcdiag.exe, before you demote the Source Server by using the following procedure. You should correct all the issues reported before you proceed with the migration.

To demote the Source Server

  1. On the Source Server, click Start, click Run, type dcpromo, and then click OK.

  2. Click Next twice.

    noteHinweis
    Do not select This server is the last domain controller in the domain.

  3. In the Summary dialog box, you are informed that AD DS will be removed from the computer and that the server will become a member of the domain. Click Next.

  4. Click Finish. The Source Server restarts.

  5. After the Source Server restarts, add the Source Server as a member of a workgroup before you disconnect it from the network.

After you add the Source Server as a member of a workgroup and disconnect it from the network, you must remove it from AD DS on the Destination Server.

To remove the Source Server from AD DS

  1. On the Destination Server, click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.

  2. In the User Account Control window, click Continue.

  3. In the Active Directory Users and Computers navigation pane, expand the domain name, expand MyBusiness, expand Computers, and then expand SBSComputers.

  4. Right-click the Source Server name if it still exists in the list of servers, click Delete, and then click Yes.

  5. Verify that the Source Server is not listed, and then close Active Directory Users and Computers.

Remove the Source Server from the network

Remove the Source Server from the network, and keep it available for at least one week in case some necessary data was not migrated.

Edit the Software Updates Group Policy object on the Destination Server

After demoting and removing the Source Server, it is still included in the scope for the Update Services Group Policy object on the Destination Server. This is now an unresolvable security identifier (SID), and it should be removed in the Group Policy Management Console on the Destination Server.

To update the Software Updates GPO

  1. On the Destination Server, click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then click Group Policy Management.

  2. In the User Account Control dialog box, click Continue.

  3. In the Group Policy Management Console, in the navigation pane, expand Forest: DomainName, expand Domains, expand DomainName, and then expand Group Policy Objects.

  4. Click Update Services Server Computers Policy.

  5. In the results pane, click the Scope tab.

  6. In the Security Filtering section, click the object that begins with S-1-5. This is the Source Server SID.

  7. Click Remove, and then click OK.

Repurpose the Source Server

After you uninstall Exchange Server and demote the Source Server, it is not in a healthy state. If you want to repurpose the Source Server, the simplest way is to reformat it, install a server operating system, and then set it up for use as an additional server.

Reboot the Destination Server

After you demote the Source Server, reboot your Destination Server.

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