Upgrading or migrating to Server 2012


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Upgrading or migrating to Server 2012

When you are installing Windows Server 2012, besides the option of a clean install, you also have the ability to upgrade or migrate existing server installations. Upgrading is one of the options available for Microsoft. This is the most complicated type of installation to do. It is likely to cause problems for you, if you attempt it. For this reason Microsoft generally recommends against it, and suggests that you do a clean install instead of trying to upgrade. Migrating is a much more common and much more reliable way to transfer data from an older server to a newer server.

It moves vital information from older servers to 2012. However, you must do a separate migration for each role on a server. What this means, is if you have a server running multiple roles, you have to do a separate migration for each role. You cannot migrate all your roles at once. For migrating, there is no single procedure that migrates all server rules. Every role has a different procedure, that you have to follow. For this reas...

Upgrading or migrating to Server 2012
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Upgrading or migrating to Server 2012 provides you with in-depth training on IT. Taught by Timothy Pintello as part of the Basic Installation and Configuration of Windows Server 2012

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