This section is split into two parts, Installation and Migration
The purpose of this section is to help you plan your migration. Once you know how you are going to migrate, then I can give you tips on installing the Window Server 2003 domain. Installation and Migration are tasks that you don’t perform very often, in truth it’s rare that you get either right first time, so take the time to plan and test before you create your production Windows 2003 Active Directory.
My aims is to give you a step-by-step tutorials with real life examples of how to migrate to Windows Server 2003. If I have a hidden agenda, its to exhort you to produce a plan and this has to be your plan, not mine.
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