Migration guides for Windows Server 2012 or 2016 Essentials
After running several years, the best solutions get outdated. In most cases, migrating to new hardware is the best route for upgrading the operating system. Our migration guides are the hassle-free solutions for your project. No more wading through endless Technet documentation which only explains half of what you need to know or tell in such detail that you lose focus. And last but not least we have a private forum for our subscribers where you can get help if needed.
Our migration guides are cost-effective methods for experienced IT consultants and the business owner considering the availability of skills. Whether you come from SBS 2003, 2008 or SBS 2011 and you want to migrate to Windows Server 2012 R2 or 2016 with Essentials Experience with an on-premise Exchange Server 2013 or 2016. Or maybe you want to move your email to the cloud with Office 365. You have come to the right place. We have a migration guide for all of these projects.
Most migration guides are also valid for source operating systems like Windows Server Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter versions. The migration guides were not written just for SBS versions. In our migration tutorials, we migrate everything, and that includes the Domain Controller, AD, DNS, DHCP, files, folders, users, security groups, shares, and permissions, so there is no loss of data or do you need to recreate profiles or users. And at the end of the procedure, we will show you how you can safely remove the old server from your Active Directory. Our migration method does not disrupt daily operations at all, so you do not lose any productivity time in your company. And if you need to migrate Exchange email, like on an SBS 2003, 2008 or 2011 we offer you several choices to migrate either to Office 365 or an on-premise Exchange Server in your network. With our migration tutorials, you don't need anything else!
Choose a target for your migration project
In the left column, you can choose the Target operating system. In the right column Source operating systems will show