Chapter 7. Preparing for Upgrades and Migration

Moving your existing network servers to Microsoft Windows Server 2003 is a significant step and requires due consideration of a somewhat complicated question—to upgrade or to migrate? A first step in this process is perhaps determining whether each server can be upgraded (i.e., does it meet the minimum requirements?). Once you determine that it does meet the minimum requirements, you must consider whether you want to upgrade or migrate it.

To distinguish between the use of the terms upgrading and ...

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