Robert Shahon's Windows 2000 Network Migration Tips

Matt Debellis, News Writer

Network engineer Robert Shahon recently completed a hurry-up migration from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000. The degree of difficulty for that project was increased by a tight deadline and his company's

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concurrent relocation. To help others who face similar challenging project, he shared his dos and don'ts for a successful migration.

  1. When you know there are some hardware issues with your main server, don't wait to order new hardware. Start working on a parallel installation.
  2. Do your homework on Windows 2000 Migration issues and understand the concepts of the new software, such as Active Directory.
  3. Do take advantage of this situation to make the new network design better and more efficient.
  4. Don't procrastinate, even if your company might.

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