"I'm currently running Windows Server 2003 on an ageing machine, and I want to replace the Server without reinstalling OS and any applications.
What's the easiest way to migrate Server operating system to the new machine without losing anything?"
This article will introduce the most efficient way to migrate OS to a new Server.
With hard disks getting bigger in capacity and selling cheaper, computer owning more and more advanced functions, users can now afford to upgrade the hard disk to bigger one and buy new computer easily.
When you are accustomed to using the original Server system which also stores many useful applications, how to keep them on a new Server? When you buy a lot of computer for business, how to deploy the same Server operating system on them? In these cases, you may need to migrate OS to a new Server. Instead of installing system and application again, directly migrate it to the new Server is the best way to save time, money and resource.
Take Windows Small Business Server 2003 for example, migrating from an existing computer running Windows SBS 2003 to new hardware includes the following steps:
Image backup software can back up the old Server operating system to an image file and restore the image to the new computer or any different hardware with everything is maintained as it was: same machine ID, same domain name, same configuration, etc.
Top-rated image backup software: EaseUS Todo Backup Server Edition provides System Transfer function to migrate Server OS to a new one. It supports Windows Server 2012/2003/2008 and Windows 8/XP/Vista/7. Backup old Server OS to image first, and follow the steps: