Ws08 R2 Itpro Session 3 New Server Deployment And Migration

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Ws08 R2 Itpro Session 3 New Server Deployment And Migration

  1. 1. Windows® Server 2008 R2: New Server Deployment and Migration<br />Presenter name<br />Title<br />date<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Migration Guidelines<br />Windows Server 2008 R2 Migration Tools <br />Migrating Infrastructure Servers (AD, DNS & DHCP)<br />Migrating File & Print Servers<br />
  3. 3. Migration vs. In-Place Upgrade<br />Server migration is the process of migrating server configuration and data to a new server with a clean installed operating system<br />In-place upgrade assumes installation of a new operating system to replace the existing one on the same server<br />
  4. 4. Benefits of Migration<br />Clean operating system installs exhibit more stability<br />Reduces risk and downtime<br />Operating system installation and most migration tasks are performed while the old server is still operational<br />Allows verification of migration and benchmark performance before switching to the new server<br />Old server remains available if migration fails<br />Provides a transition path from: <br />x86 to x64 OS (WS08R2 is x64 only)<br />Physical to virtual (and vice versa)<br />Full server to server core (and vice versa)<br />
  5. 5. Migration Process Overview<br />Migration Guidelines<br />TechNet Migration Portal<br />Prepare<br />Discover<br />Temp Storage<br />Import<br />Settings<br />Export<br />Settings<br />Destination Server<br />Source Server<br />Transfer Data & Shares<br />Export-SmigServerSetting<br />Send-SmigServerData<br />Import-SmigServerSetting<br />Receive-SmigServerData<br />
  6. 6. Supported Scenarios<br />Category<br />Supported<br />WS03, WS03R2, WS08, WS08R2, x86, x64; full server, WS08R2 server core; physical, virtual<br />Source Server OS<br />WS08R2, x64; full server, server core; physical, virtual<br />Destination Server OS<br />ADDS, DHCP, DNS, File, Print. Additional roles considered post RTM<br />Server Roles<br />BranchCache™<br />Server Features<br />Local Users and Groups, IP Configuration (IPv4 and IPv6)<br />OS Settings<br />Note: <br /><ul><li>Migrations from x86 to x64, between physical and virtual, between full server and server core are supported
  7. 7. 32-bit applications are still supported on 64-bit platforms</li></li></ul><li>Migration Guidelines<br />End-to-end instructions for all phases: <br />Preparation<br />Migration<br />Validation<br />Rollback<br />Post migration steps (finalize, retire source server)<br />Focused on minimizing downtime and changes to the source server<br />Utilize both new and existing tools <br />
  8. 8.
  9. 9. TechNet Portal<br />Single place for all Windows Server 2008 R2 migration information<br />Provides links to important related docs and tools (e.g. Infrastructure Assessment and Planning, Solution Accelerators)<br />Links to the related community content (migration forums, blogs, tools and scripts)<br />Located at:<br />http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=128554<br />Search TechNet for “Migrate to Windows Server 2008 R2”<br />
  10. 10. Windows Server 2008 R2<br />Migration Guides<br />demo<br />
  11. 11. Windows Server Migration<br />Import<br />Settings<br />Destination <br />Server<br />Source <br />Server<br />Temp Storage<br />Export-SmigServerSetting<br />Send-SmigServerData<br />Import-SmigServerSetting<br />Receive-SmigServerData<br />Transfer Data & Shares<br />Export<br />Settings<br />Migration cmdlet<br />Supported<br />Discovers features available for migration, and features in the migration store available for import<br />Get-SmigServerFeature<br />Exports specified role, feature, and operating system settings to a migration store<br />Export-SmigServerSetting<br />Imports specified role, feature, and operating system settings from a migration store<br />Import-SmigServerSetting<br />Send-SmigServerData<br />Transfers data and shares preserving local and domain permissions<br />Receive-SmigServerData<br />Receives transferred data<br />
  12. 12. Windows Server Migration<br />Import<br />Settings<br />Destination <br />Server<br />Source <br />Server<br />Temp Storage<br />Export-SmigServerSetting<br />Send-SmigServerData<br />Import-SmigServerSetting<br />Receive-SmigServerData<br />Transfer Data & Shares<br />Export<br />Settings<br />Migration cmdlet<br />Supported<br />Discovers features available for migration, and features in the migration store available for import<br />Get-SmigServerFeature<br />Exports specified role, feature, and operating system settings to a migration store<br />Export-SmigServerSetting<br />Imports specified role, feature, and operating system settings from a migration store<br />Import-SmigServerSetting<br />Send-SmigServerData<br />Transfers data and shares preserving local and domain permissions<br />Receive-SmigServerData<br />Receives transferred data<br />
  13. 13. Installing Migration Tools<br />A Tour<br />Demo<br />
  14. 14. Active Directory & DNS Migration<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration (Optional)<br />Migration planning<br />Number of NICs (network interface cards)<br />Prepare source server<br />Back up<br />Collect migration data<br />Prepare destination server<br />Install Windows® Server 2008 R2<br />Assign temporary server name<br />Assign temporary IP address<br />Join domain<br /><ul><li>Make destination server a domain controller
  15. 15. Manually migrate DNS server settings
  16. 16. Transfer FSMO roles
  17. 17. Migrate IP address and rename servers
  18. 18. Perform verification steps
  19. 19. Retire source server
  20. 20. Roll back migration
  21. 21. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>Active Directory & DNS Migration<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration (Optional)<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration (Optional)<br /><ul><li>Migration planning
  22. 22. Number of NICs (network interface cards)
  23. 23. Prepare source server
  24. 24. Back up
  25. 25. Collect migration data
  26. 26. Prepare destination server
  27. 27. Install Windows® Server 2008 R2
  28. 28. Assign temporary server name
  29. 29. Assign temporary IP address
  30. 30. Join domain
  31. 31. Make destination server a domain controller
  32. 32. Manually migrate DNS server settings
  33. 33. Transfer FSMO roles
  34. 34. Migrate IP address and rename servers
  35. 35. Perform verification steps
  36. 36. Retire source server
  37. 37. Roll back migration
  38. 38. Troubleshoot migration
  39. 39. Make destination server a domain controller
  40. 40. Manually migrate DNS server settings
  41. 41. Transfer FSMO roles
  42. 42. Migrate IP address and rename servers
  43. 43. Perform verification steps
  44. 44. Retire source server
  45. 45. Roll back migration
  46. 46. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>Internet Protocol Migration<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />Prepare the source and destination servers<br />Export IP configuration settings from source server and import to destination server<br />Migrate IPv6 configuration manually<br /><ul><li>Verify
  47. 47. Roll back
  48. 48. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>Internet Protocol Migration<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />Prepare the source and destination servers<br />Export IP configuration settings from source server and import to destination server<br />Migrate IPv6 configuration manually<br /><ul><li>Verify
  49. 49. Roll back
  50. 50. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>DHCP Migration<br />Prepare source server<br />Migration planning<br />Prepare destination server<br />Pre-Migration<br />Export DHCP server settings<br />Unauthorize the source server<br />Import DHCP server settings<br />Authorize the destination server<br /> Migration<br />Verify the migration<br />Retire source server<br />Roll back and troubleshoot migration<br />Post-Migration (Optional)<br />
  51. 51. DHCP Migration<br />Prepare source server<br />Migration planning<br />Prepare destination server<br />Pre-Migration<br />Export DHCP server settings<br />Unauthorize the source server<br />Import DHCP server settings<br />Authorize the destination server<br /> Migration<br />Verify the migration<br />Retire source server<br />Roll back and troubleshoot migration<br />Post-Migration (Optional)<br />
  52. 52. DHCP Migration<br />demo<br />
  53. 53. File Server Migration<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration<br />Prepare source server<br />Prepare destination server<br />Prepare other computers<br /><ul><li>Freeze configuration
  54. 54. Export settings
  55. 55. Migrate local usersgroups
  56. 56. Migrate data
  57. 57. Migrate server identity
  58. 58. Configure DFS replication
  59. 59. Import settings
  60. 60. Verify the migration
  61. 61. Retire source server
  62. 62. Roll back migration
  63. 63. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>File Server Migration (Notes)<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration<br />Prepare source server<br />Prepare destination server<br />Prepare other computers<br /><ul><li>Freeze configuration
  64. 64. Export settings
  65. 65. Migrate local usersgroups
  66. 66. Migrate data
  67. 67. Migrate server identity
  68. 68. Configure DFS replication
  69. 69. Import settings
  70. 70. Verify the migration
  71. 71. Retire source server
  72. 72. Roll back migration
  73. 73. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>File Server Migration (Notes)<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration<br />Prepare source server<br />Prepare destination server<br />Prepare other computers<br /><ul><li>Freeze configuration
  74. 74. Export settings
  75. 75. Migrate local usersgroups
  76. 76. Migrate data
  77. 77. Migrate server identity
  78. 78. Configure DFS replication
  79. 79. Import settings
  80. 80. Verify the migration
  81. 81. Retire source server
  82. 82. Roll back migration
  83. 83. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>Print Server Migration<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration<br />Access migration tools<br />Prepare source server<br /><ul><li>Back up printer settings on the source server
  84. 84. Restore printer settings to the destination server
  85. 85. Migrate server identity
  86. 86. Verify the migration
  87. 87. Retire source server
  88. 88. Roll back migration
  89. 89. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>Print Server Migration<br />Pre-Migration<br />Migration<br />Post-Migration<br />Access migration tools<br />Prepare source server<br /><ul><li>Back up printer settings on the source server
  90. 90. Restore printer settings to the destination server
  91. 91. Migrate server identity
  92. 92. Verify the migration
  93. 93. Retire source server
  94. 94. Roll back migration
  95. 95. Troubleshoot migration</li></li></ul><li>Learn More About Windows Server 2008 R2<br />Technical Resources<br />Community Resources<br />Get Hands on Training<br /><ul><li>The New Efficiency Virtual Launch Experience www.thenewefficiency.com
  96. 96. Windows Server 2008 R2 evaluation www.microsoft.com/ws08eval
  97. 97. Windows Server TechCenterhttp://technet.microsoft.com/windowsserver
  98. 98. Windows Server Division blog http://blogs.technet.com/windowsserver/
  99. 99. Windows Virtualization Team blog http://blogs.technet.com/virtualization/
  100. 100. Windows Server forums http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/windowsserver
  101. 101. Training Offers—Exclusive for Launch Attendees www.microsoft.com/learning/careeroffers
  102. 102. Windows Server 2008 Learning Resources www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/en/us/learning.aspx</li></li></ul><li>© 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. <br />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.<br />

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