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Input Requested on Upgrading a Windows NT Server to Windows 2003

Have any of the readers of this site done an in-place upgrade of a Windows NT 4.0 server to Windows 2003? I'm looking to do that on one of my servers, and wanted to hear if anybody's had any pitfalls, problems, whatever. It's my primary domain controller, file server and print server, and I really would like to be able to do an in-place upgrade so I don't have to recreate all my profiles, policies, users, and printers.

E-mail me or comment here if you have any good tips or articles to check out. It's the last server that needs to be upgraded, as my Web server is now running Win2K3 Web edition, and my Citrix Metaframe box will soon be running Windows 2000 (it's getting built -- just need some more RAM for the thing).

Posted by Jake on 03/30/04 @ 02:26 PM
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