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Generally, an in-place upgrade is not a good idea when a possible major OS upgrade accompanies a server hardware refresh such that Windows
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Server 2008 is installed on the new server hardware After the new OS installation on the new hardware is complete, the services can be migrated from the old server to the new The best practice and industry recommendation is a fresh installation In the case of an existing server, this includes a wipe and load: Wipe away the existing OS and then load the new OS An upgrade is messy; however, it is possible in certain scenarios An upgrade is supported from Windows Server 2003 SP1 and above for the same architecture For example, you can go from 32-bit Windows Server 2003 SP1 to 32-bit Windows Server 2008 but not to 64-bit Windows Server 2008 The upgrade process for Windows Server 2008 is much the same as for Windows Vista: the OS components rst and then everything else The OS is replaced with Windows Server 2008, any additional features from the source are identi ed, the Windows Server 2008 equivalent role or feature is added, and all con guration migrates The everything else can be problematic and limits the systems that can be upgraded in place Few server applications and services support an in-place upgrade For example, if you have a 64-bit Windows Server 2003 box running Exchange 2007, an in-place upgrade to 64-bit Windows Server 2008 is not supported That is not to say it won t work, but Microsoft will not support it Check any software installed on a server to ensure that an upgrade is supported As with any normal installation, check compatibility with all the software running on the server For example, is the antivirus software compatible with Server 2008 The backup agent And so on for all your software
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NOTE There is one other consideration when upgrading: If the server is a domain controller, you cannot upgrade the domain controller to Windows Server 2008 until the domain and forest have been prepared with the Windows Server 2008 adprep process (s 10, 11, and 12 cover this topic)
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On the plus side, when you run the Windows Server 2008 installation from within a 2003 SP1 OS, if an in-place upgrade is not possible, the Upgrade Wizard displays the reason For example, it noti es you that the domain has not been updated to support 2008 domain controllers if you try to upgrade a domain controller and the upgrade process runs a compatibility check Let s walk through an upgrade An upgrade has to initiate from within the OS being upgraded This allows the install process to better capture user and machine state data and perform checks on the OS suitability for an upgrade
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After the installation process has been initiated and the normal stages of entering a product key, accepting the End User License Agreement, and checking for updates online have all been completed, the type of installation is requested So far in this chapter you have always selected Custom (Advanced), not an upgrade This time, select Upgrade, which launches a compatibility check of the installation process The check looks for items that at-out stop the system from functioning if it upgrades and, therefore, stop the install process, as shown in Figure 3-23 It also identi es items that might have issues after upgrade and require attention, as shown in Figure 3-24 If you receive a critical problem that stops installation, perform the advisory steps in the compatibility report and rerun installation (For example, uninstall a troublesome piece of software)
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FIGURE 3-23 In this case, the antivirus software installed on the Windows Server 2003 installation stops Windows Server 2008 from functioning, so you cannot upgrade A full compatibility report is saved to the desktop for viewing outside of the Installation Wizard You can share this report with others in the organization, use it as an action plan, or just le it away for reference If performing an upgrade, keep the compatibility report for your records and check it again after the upgrade completes to verify that all actions occurred Printing the report is ideal
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