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    What is the best way to renew a server.
    Now i have a win2K server (pentium III) and i want to change this by a new pentium IV.
    What are the steps that i should take.

    Thx

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    Re: new server

    first provide some more info please.

    I really can't see from here what the server is doing. Is he DC, or ISA, or SQL or maybe SBS, or IIS, or File/Print, or..........
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: new server

      yes, thats right:

      This is a win2k DC. (AD - groups - GPO's )
      I use it to control computers and users. (everyone also has his own directory with login scripts)
      (so a file server too )
      I use it also as IIS in my intranet.

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      • #4
        Re: new server

        Originally posted by delan009
        yes, thats right:

        This is a win2k DC. (AD - groups - GPO's )
        I use it to control computers and users. (everyone also has his own directory with login scripts)
        (so a file server too )
        I use it also as IIS in my intranet.
        You can follow the insturction here this may help out.
        http://www.windowsreinstall.com/inst...oard/win2k.htm

        HTH
        gaaq

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        • #5
          Re: new server

          thx

          i will study it

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          • #6
            Re: new server

            Why not keep your exisitng server and install a second DC. This will provide some level of fault tolerance and it will also allow you to move components from one server to the other thus removing some of the load from the main server.

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