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Migrate to Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard from Windows Small Business Server 2008

Betrifft: Windows SBS 2008, Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard

This guide describes how to migrate an existing domain to Windows SBS 2011 Standard and then to migrate the settings and data. This guide also describes how to remove your existing server from the Windows SBS 2011 Standard network after you finish the migration.

ImportantWichtig
To avoid problems while migrating your existing server to Windows SBS 2011 Standard , we recommend that you read this document before beginning the migration.

Terms and definitions

Source Server: The existing server from which you are migrating your settings and data.

Destination Server: The new server to which you are migrating your settings and data.

If the Windows SBS 2011 Standard network to which you are migrating will contain more than one server, the following terms are used to distinguish the servers:

Primary Server: The first server on a Windows SBS 2011 Standard network that contains more than one server.

Second Server: The second server on a Windows SBS 2011 Standard network. The Second Server runs the Windows SBS 2011 Premium Add-on .

Migration process summary

This Migration Guide includes the following steps:

  1. Prepare your Source Server for Windows SBS 2011 Standard migration

    You must ensure that your Source Server and network are ready for migration. This section guides you through backing up the Source Server, evaluating the Source Server system health, installing the most recent service packs and fixes, and verifying the network configuration. You must also run the Migration Preparation Tool on the Source Server, which updates the Active Directory® Domain Services schema, installs an update that extends the time limit for the migration, and configures Exchange Server to support migration.

  2. Collect the information for the migration answer file

    An answer file is used by Windows SBS 2011 Standard Setup to automate the installation and to run Setup in migration mode. This section introduces you to the migration answer file and guides you through using the Answer File Tool to create the migration answer file.

  3. Install Windows SBS 2011 Standard in migration mode

    This section explains how to use the migration answer file to install Windows SBS 2011 Standard on the Destination Server in migration mode.

  4. Move settings and data to the Destination Server for Windows SBS 2011 Standard migration

    The Migration Wizard helps you move settings and data from the Source Server to Windows SBS 2011 Standard . This section explains how to use the Migration Wizard and provides information about the settings and data that you can migrate.

  5. Demote and remove the Source Server from the network

    After Windows SBS 2011 Standard is installed and all of the settings and data are successfully migrated, the Source Server must be demoted and physically removed from the network. This section explains how to remove the Source Server from the network.

  6. Optional post-migration tasks

    After you finish migrating all settings and data to Windows SBS 2011 Standard , you may want to map permitted computers to user accounts, enable folder redirection, configure POP3 connectors, or update mailbox quotas on your new server.

  7. Run the Windows SBS 2011 Standard Best Practices Analyzer

    After you finish migrating settings and data to Windows SBS 2011 Standard , download and run the

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