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Application servers General-purpose IIS servers can also be migrated at the same time as the dedicated Web servers for the same reason Database servers can also be migrated since, once again, they will operate with existing clients Corporate application servers can also be migrated since they will also operate with existing clients Remember to test each component before releasing it to end users Terminal Services WS08 Terminal Services (TS) servers can operate through Remote Desktop Web connections through TS Web Access Clients need to be running the latest version of the Remote Desktop client (RDC) If you want to publish applications to take advantage of RemoteApps, and you want to make them available to existing PCs, then make sure you deploy the latest RDC to each PC
TIP You might not need to work with Terminal Services at all if you ve decided to move to application
virtualization We strongly suggest you take a look at this operating model, since it is less expensive and more effective than running remote applications through Terminal Services For more information, see 6 in The Definitive Guide to Vista Migration at wwwrealtime-nexus com/dgvmhtm File and print services File services require transfers of large quantities of data to migrate As such, they should be kept toward the end of your migration or, at the very least, they should be coordinated with PC migrations (servers first, then PCs) Special attention should be paid to file ownership and access rights when files are migrated from the legacy network to the new network Print services can be moved at the same time This will decrease the number of printer drivers you need to make available on your systems, since you will only have to deal with updated PC systems
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C AUTION Keep in mind that you can and should look to the replacement of file services with
collaboration services based on Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) WSS provides a richer environment for collaboration than file servers can on their own Collaboration services These services should be kept for last because they are at the basis of network service evolution WS08 collaboration services extend the capabilities of your network As such, they require the full capabilities of the new network You might consider using them, especially the WSS role, instead of working with file servers, replacing the user-oriented file servers altogether with WSS servers Remember to create your organizational unit (OU) structure first and pre-stage servers in the directory Then create the server kernel and follow through with the server role staging process Then, and only then, can you migrate data and users to the new network
Begin the Migration to the Parallel VSO Network
Your network is now ready to be launched into the production environment So far, every operation you followed has been or should have been within a laboratory environment Even the final procedures you ll use for the migration itself must be thoroughly tested before you move to the migration in the new production network You ll begin by populating the directory in the new network
Migrate Security Principals
Start by migrating user accounts, PC accounts, and data into the new directory You ll need to perform the following steps Create trusts The first step is to create a two-way trust relationship between the production domain and your legacy domain This two-way trust serves to support the operation of both networks at the same time It will need to remain in place until the migration is complete Nest groups The second step is to nest the appropriate global groups into the local groups that are required to grant joint access to resources from both domains For example, if you are migrating a select group of users and the migration cannot be completed all at once, you need to ensure that both sets of users the ones located in the legacy network and the ones already migrated to the new network have access to joint resources so that they can continue to work together for the duration of the migration This approach will need to be extended to all users of shared folders because they must share resources for the duration of your migration User account migration Next, you ll need to migrate user accounts from the legacy network to the new environment Users should be given authority to modify their own personal information through the use of a user data modification web page, as discussed in 7, so that they can catch any errors in the data The Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) available from Microsoft will provide great help here, since it migrates user accounts, passwords, groups and group memberships, service accounts, computer accounts, and more
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