Re: Win2k Domain -> SBS2k3 Domain
- From: "Frank McCallister SBS MVP" <anonymous>
- Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2006 19:19:15 -0600
Take a look at VMWARE http://www.vmware.com/
If you have enough RAM you
could use it to load your TEMP DC. Use VM Workstation on a WS with at least
512 MB RAM or VM Server on one of the servers. I use MS Virtual PC on my
Laptop for my Swings but VMWARE is free.
Frank McCallister SBS MVP
"rutra" <arzasa@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Think I may have to revisit the SBSMigration as the safest method to
doing this project. We will move the webserver duties to the SQL server
for a while to use that server as a temp.
Thanks for all the advice, just need to digest it now.
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