Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012
Successful execution of any task always begins with planning. If your job involves the migration of your organization’s IT infrastructure to Microsoft Windows Server 2012, you need to prepare both your environment and yourself for this task.
The success of an infrastructure-migration project depends on careful planning combined with meticulous execution. You need to start by defining the scope of the project so that you know where you want to end up. Then you need to lay out a project plan that involves pilot testing to familiarize yourself with the new platform and to identify any potential issues that might arise during the migration process. A thorough assessment of your existing environment is also necessary to ensure there are no surprises coming. A methodology needs to be developed to migrate existing servers and roles. Finally, once the migration is underway, continued testing needs to be performed to ensure everything is happening as planned.
- Describe six possible migration scenarios for organizations that want to take advantage of the new features and capabilities found in Windows Server 2012.
- Understand some of the steps involved in an infrastructure-migration process, including pilot testing, assessment, server migration, and role and feature migration.
- Explain how to install and use the Windows Server Migration Tools to migrate server roles from earlier Windows Server versions to Windows Server 2012.
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