70-282 Exam Cram (migration) Prepare the destination server [Microsoft Small Business Specialist Primer book]

good morning all – Harrybbbb here – the publisher of the above title. I am just posting up a passage as a virtual book reading.

Configure the Destination Server

First you must install SBS 2003 on the destination server. (See the above section, “First-Time System Installation,” in this chapter.) While filling out information for server setup, make sure you:

·                       Enter a different DNS and NetBIOS name than the source server.

·                       Have DHCP disabled on the source server.

·                       Enter an IP address on the same subnet as the source server.

·                       Install ADMT on the destination server—the ADMT is located on Disc 1 on the SBS 2003 disk set at D:\I386\Admt\Admigration .msi (where D represents the drive letter) .

·                       To configure ADMT, you must run this in the command prompt:


Net Localgroup “Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access” Everyone /Add

Net Localgroup “Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access” “Anonymous Logon” /Add

·           To migrate user accounts you must also run:

Runas /Netonly /user:SourceDomainName\Administrator “Mmc\”%Program Files%\ Active Directory Migration Tool\Migrator.msc\””

-replace SourceDomainName with the source domain name

This will cover Windows 2000, as well as SBS 4.5 and NT 4.0 servers.

IMPORTANT: Account names are automatically truncated if they are longer then 20 characters and will cause migration errors.

cheers….harrybbbb

Harry Brelsford, CEO at SMB Nation (www.smbnation.com)

MBA, MCSE, CNE, CLSE, CNP, MCP, MCT, SBSC (Microsoft Small Business Specialist)

PS – did you know my Windows Small Business Server 2008 (SBS 2008) book is almost here? Yes!

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