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Start preparing for an upgrade by checking for compatibility issues, creating a disaster recovery plan, and updating the server and clients. Complete final preparations the day before the upgrade. Perform the actual upgrade outside of business hours and with a realistic deadline that minimizes disruption to the business. (In other words, calculate how long the process will take and then double it.)
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Windows Small Business Server 2003 seldom exhibits compatibility problems, though it s nonetheless a good idea to check the following areas for potential trouble:
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System requirements To complete the upgrade, the existing server must
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be running Small Business Server 2000, Windows 2000 Server, or Windows Server 2003; have a minimum of 2 GB of free disk space; and meet all the system requirements listed in 3, Designing a Network.
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Third-party applications Some third-party applications are incompatible with Windows Server 2003, most notably antivirus programs and some Web applications. Read the updated release notes on the Windows Small Business Server Web site (http://www.microsoft.com /windowsserver2003/sbs), and verify with the developers of third-party software that their software is compatible.
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Device drivers Some older network cards and other devices aren t supported by Windows Small Business Server 2003 and must be replaced. Visit the Microsoft Windows Catalog at http://www.microsoft.com /windows/catalog/server for a listing of certified devices.
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Client computers Computers running Microsoft Windows 95 or older
operating systems should be upgraded or replaced. (If you can t upgrade Windows 95 clients, install the Active Directory client extensions, as discussed in 12.)
Language The Windows Small Business Server 2003 upgrade software
must be the same language edition as the existing operating system. Tip
Server applications that aren t compatible with Windows Small Business Server 2003 can be run in a virtual machine using Microsoft Virtual Server, or moved to another server on the network.
Preparing for the Worst
Windows Small Business Server is the virtual brain of a small business network, and even when other domain controllers are on the network, the failure of the Windows Small Business Server computer constitutes a disaster. Users lose access to the Internet, Exchange Server e-mail, fax services, and any resources shared by the Windows Small Business Server computer, such as shared folders and printers. Therefore, it s extremely important to have a fallback plan if the upgrade doesn t go smoothly. Start by planning how you can restore from a current backup set and estimating how much time is required. (A major failure during the upgrade could require a basic installation of Windows to access backup sets.)
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The upgrade meets an acceptable level of functionality when users can:
Log on successfully Access their Exchange server accounts Browse the Internet Access their usual resources (files and printers) Access vital business applications
You might have additional criteria to add to this list. If the network doesn t meet the minimum level of functionality by the deadline you ve set, implement the recovery plan, restore the existing server from backup, and verify proper server functioning. Then evaluate the problems and redesign the upgrade plan to compensate for them (and possibly allow more time to deal with unanticipated issues). More Info
For more information about disaster preparation an d recovery, see 21, Disaster Planning and Fault Tolerance.
Preparing the Server
To prepare a server for upgrading to Windows Small Business Server 2003, fix any current problems, install required service packs, remove unnecessary software, and check the items in this list:
Check Event Viewer Fix problems reported in Event Viewer before
the upgrade.
Collect Internet setup information Although Internet settings are
preserved during an upgrade, you should have the following information available: the server s Internet IP address and subnet mask, the host name, the default gateway, DNS server addresses, any PPP Over Ethernet (PPPoE) user name and passwords, and external mail server addresses used by your company.
Uninstall unnecessary software Unless you need a software package
on the server, uninstall it. This is especially applicable for end user applications such as Microsoft Office these have no place on a server.
Remove Windows 2000 Administration Tools These tools are incompatible with Windows Small Business Server 2003 and must be uninstalled before upgrading.
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