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SESSION CODE: SRV 307 Rick Claus Sr. Technical Evangelist Microsoft Canada, eh? rick. claus@microsoft.

SESSION CODE: SRV 307 Rick Claus Sr. Technical Evangelist Microsoft Canada, eh? rick. [email protected] com Twitter: Rickster. CDN GET OUT OF DODGE: MIGRATING TO WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R 2 X 64 (c) 2011 Microsoft. All rights reserved.

Agenda ► Set the stage – where’s your infrastructure at? ► Intro Session Scenario

Agenda ► Set the stage – where’s your infrastructure at? ► Intro Session Scenario – Contoso inc. ► Demos ► More Demos… ► Even More Demos! ► Action Plan (c) 2011 Microsoft. All rights reserved.

Favourite Quote from a customer: If I had a dog when I deployed my

Favourite Quote from a customer: If I had a dog when I deployed my infrastructure… …it would be dead by now.

Core Infrastructure services could be over 11 years old… What did your infrastructure look

Core Infrastructure services could be over 11 years old… What did your infrastructure look like? What projects were you workin’ on? Customer Motto: If it ‘ain’t broke, don’t touch it!

Scenario for this session – Contoso Bank Running Active Directory @ 2003 levels Upgrade

Scenario for this session – Contoso Bank Running Active Directory @ 2003 levels Upgrade process underway Multiple regional offices Core infrastructure on aging hardware AD Integrated DNS DHCP File & Print Certificate services No external consulting resources available to assist

“Challenges” at Contoso Time constraints Budgetary / project status recognition IT Department viewed as

“Challenges” at Contoso Time constraints Budgetary / project status recognition IT Department viewed as a cost center Evaluated at the Basic level for IO Maturity model

Migration vs. In-Place Upgrade ► Migration moves configurations and data – Sources an existing

Migration vs. In-Place Upgrade ► Migration moves configurations and data – Sources an existing server – Targets a computer with a clean installation of an Operating System ► In-place Upgrade replaces the Operating System on an existing computer – Configurations and data are carried forward – Just the OS is replaced

Upgrade or Migration? X 86 = NO DIRECT “in place” UPGRADE PATH : -(

Upgrade or Migration? X 86 = NO DIRECT “in place” UPGRADE PATH : -(

Benefits of Migration ► Provides a transition path from: – – – x 86

Benefits of Migration ► Provides a transition path from: – – – x 86 to x 64 OS (WS 08 R 2 is x 64 only) Physical to virtual (and vice versa) Full server to server core (and vice versa) ► Clean operating system installs = stability ► Reduces risk and downtime – OS installation and most migration tasks are performed while the source server is still live – Allows migration verification and performance benchmarking prior to bringing the target server “online” – Source server remains available if migration fails

Why Don’t You Do It? Over w e helm t i s f o

Why Don’t You Do It? Over w e helm t i s f o e e d n i l o e s n i t – r e t p e x g e d f u o b k c a No L Lack K eeping of ti t he ligh m d e e ts on d a o l r e Always other priorities v ? O r e t t e b o t Fear of Waiting for SP 1 g n i o g t the un i s I known ? Don’t know where to start We Can Help Working on other projects e? g n a h c y h w , s k r o w t It jus

Tech. Net Portal (now TN Library article) ► Single place for all Windows Server

Tech. Net Portal (now TN Library article) ► Single place for all Windows Server 2008 R 2 migration information ► Provides links to important related docs and tools (e. g. Infrastructure Assessment and Planning, Solution Accelerators) ► Links to the related community content (migration forums, blogs, tools and scripts)

I’m in - Where can I find this? Shorter URL: http: //www. microsoft. com/migration

I’m in - Where can I find this? Shorter URL: http: //www. microsoft. com/migration

Migration Process ? Tech. Net Migration Portal Discover Migration Guidelines Prepare Temp Storage Source

Migration Process ? Tech. Net Migration Portal Discover Migration Guidelines Prepare Temp Storage Source Server Export Settings Import Settings Destination Server Export-Smig. Server. Setting Send-Smig. Server. Data Transfer Configuration and Shares Import-Smig. Server. Setting Receive-Smig. Server. Data © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Supported Scenarios Source Server OS WS 03, WS 03 R 2, WS 08 Full,

Supported Scenarios Source Server OS WS 03, WS 03 R 2, WS 08 Full, WS 08 R 2 Full or Core Source Server Architecture x 86 or x 64 Source Server Platform Physical or Virtual Destination Server OS WS 08 R 2, x 64; Full Server, Server Core; Physical, Virtual Server Roles ADDS, DHCP, DNS, File, Print Server Features Branch. Cache ™ Settings and Data Local Users and Groups, IP Configuration (IPv 4 and IPv 6), Data and Shares © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Seize the Opportunity Doing same thing will lead to same results Core Installs of

Seize the Opportunity Doing same thing will lead to same results Core Installs of Server 2008 R 2 vs full installs Physical or Virtual? Minimize impact on rollout process

Let’s Get ‘er done! Planning Guide for Contoso Inc © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All

Let’s Get ‘er done! Planning Guide for Contoso Inc © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

© 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

© 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

© 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

© 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Destination Server Setup Windows Server 2008 R 2 Step 1 Add the Windows Server

Destination Server Setup Windows Server 2008 R 2 Step 1 Add the Windows Server Migration Tools Feature Step 2 Generate Windows Server Migration Tools deployment folder for appropriate source OS Step 3 Use Smig. Deploy with appropriate switches

Source Server Setup Windows Server 2003 SP 2/R 2 Step 1 Ensure sufficient disk

Source Server Setup Windows Server 2003 SP 2/R 2 Step 1 Ensure sufficient disk space for the Windows Server Migration Tools deployment folder (~25 MB) Step 2 Install prerequisites: • • Microsoft. NET Framework 2. 0 or higher Windows Power. Shell 1. 0 or higher Step 3 Copy the Windows Server Migration Tools deployment folder locally Step 4 Register the Windows Server Deployment Tools

demo MIGRATION TOOLS INSTALL ► It ain’t pretty, but it’s easy enough.

demo MIGRATION TOOLS INSTALL ► It ain’t pretty, but it’s easy enough.

Windows Server Migration Get-Smig. Server. Feature Discovers features available for migration and features in

Windows Server Migration Get-Smig. Server. Feature Discovers features available for migration and features in the migration store available for import Export-Smig. Server. Setting Exports specified role, feature and OS settings to a migration store Import-Smig. Server. Setting Imports specified role, feature and OS settings from a migration store Send-Smig. Server. Data Transfers data and shares preserving local and domain permissions Receive-Smig. Server. Data Receives transferred data

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Active Directory & DNS Migration Step 1 Search for “Rick Claus WSV 330” on

Active Directory & DNS Migration Step 1 Search for “Rick Claus WSV 330” on Bing Step 2 Get a coffee Step 3 Watch Tech. Ed Recorded Session

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DHCP Migration Pre-Migration Step 1 Verify that the number of NICs match on the

DHCP Migration Pre-Migration Step 1 Verify that the number of NICs match on the source and destination servers Step 2 On the Source: Back up Install the migration tools Register the migration tools Stop the DHCP service Step 3 On the Destination: Install OS and migration tools Join domain Optional – install DHCP and stop the service Step 4 Proceed to Migration

demo MIGRATION OF DHCP ► The good, the bad, the DHCPACK.

demo MIGRATION OF DHCP ► The good, the bad, the DHCPACK.

DHCP Migration Post-Migration Step 1 Troubleshoot migration if necessary Step 2 Roll back migration

DHCP Migration Post-Migration Step 1 Troubleshoot migration if necessary Step 2 Roll back migration if necessary Step 3 Retire Source Server if migration successful

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Print Server Migration Pre-Migration Post-Migration Access migration tools Prepare source server Back up printer

Print Server Migration Pre-Migration Post-Migration Access migration tools Prepare source server Back up printer settings on source server Restore printer settings to the destination server Migrate server identity Verify the migration If problems, troubleshoot migration Roll back migration If successful, retire source server

demo PRINT SERVER MIGRATION ► Mix of tools – choose your pain

demo PRINT SERVER MIGRATION ► Mix of tools – choose your pain

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File Server Migration Pre-Migration Step 1 On the Source: • Back up full server

File Server Migration Pre-Migration Step 1 On the Source: • Back up full server or system state • If you are migrating DFS, back up ADDS Step 2 Inventory files, settings, DFS namespaces and replication settings to be migrated Determine the File Services installed Step 3 On the Destination: • Install OS and migration tools • Join domain • Install the same File Services Step 4 Notify users and ask them to stop using the server Proceed to migration

File Server Migration Step 1 On the Source: • Freeze administrative changes • Export

File Server Migration Step 1 On the Source: • Freeze administrative changes • Export settings Step 2 Step 3 Migrate local Users and Groups Migrate server identity Migrate the data from source to destination servers twice* Optional – Migrate IP address Step 4 On the Destination: • Configure DFS replication • Import settings

demo FILE SERVER MIGRATION ► Sending the bits – encrypted like.

demo FILE SERVER MIGRATION ► Sending the bits – encrypted like.

File Server Migration Post-Migration Step 1 Step 2 Verify the migration Troubleshoot migration if

File Server Migration Post-Migration Step 1 Step 2 Verify the migration Troubleshoot migration if necessary Step 3 Roll back migration if necessary Step 4 Retire Source Server if migration successful

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Certificate Services Migration Step 1 • • • Prepare you destination server DO NOT

Certificate Services Migration Step 1 • • • Prepare you destination server DO NOT join to domain Enable remote management Step 2 • • • Backup CA Template List (for ent. CA) Record CA’s CSP and signature algorithm Publish a CRL with extended validity period Step 3 • • Backup CA database and private key Backup CA registry settings & CAPolicy. inf Remove CA role Remove source srv from domain Step 4 • • Rename & join destination server to domain Add CA role Restore CA database & config Grant permissions on AIA and CDP containers

demo CERTIFICATE SERVICES MIGRATION ► Not about the tools – It’s the person and

demo CERTIFICATE SERVICES MIGRATION ► Not about the tools – It’s the person and the process

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We YOU Can Help

We YOU Can Help

Action Plan ► Do you planning ► Test tools out and trial in lab

Action Plan ► Do you planning ► Test tools out and trial in lab ► Seize Opportunity for change – Virtualization – Core Installs ► Test your back out strategy ► Document your plan

Resources – Tech. Net Articles ► Migrate Server Roles to Windows Server 2008 R

Resources – Tech. Net Articles ► Migrate Server Roles to Windows Server 2008 R 2 ► Windows Server Migration Tools Installation ► DHCP Server Migration: Preparing to Migrate ► Print Services Migration Guide ► File Services Migration: Preparing to Migrate ► Certificate Services Upgrade and Migration

SESSION CODE: SRV 307 Q AND EH? A? X Rick Claus Sr. Technical Evangelist

SESSION CODE: SRV 307 Q AND EH? A? X Rick Claus Sr. Technical Evangelist Microsoft Canada rick. [email protected] com Twitter: Rickster. CDN (c) 2011 Microsoft. All rights reserved.

Enrol in Microsoft Virtual Academy Today Why Enroll, other than it being free? The

Enrol in Microsoft Virtual Academy Today Why Enroll, other than it being free? The MVA helps improve your IT skill set and advance your career with a free, easy to access training portal that allows you to learn at your own pace, focusing on Microsoft technologies. What Do I get for enrolment? ► Free training to make you become the Cloud-Hero in my Organization ► Help mastering your Training Path and get the recognition ► Connect with other IT Pros and discuss The Cloud Where do I Enrol? www. microsoftvirtualacademy. com Then tell us what you think. Tell. The. [email protected] com

Resources www. msteched. com/Australia www. microsoft. com/australia/learning Sessions On-Demand & Community Microsoft Certification &

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© 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U. S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. (c) 2011 Microsoft. All rights reserved.