Worksheet 1 Source and Destination Computer Information
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Platí pro: Windows SBS 2003
Record the computer name of the source server. To locate the computer name, on the source server click Start, click Run, and then type Cmd. At the command prompt, type Set. The computer name is listed as COMPUTERNAME.
Record the full DNS name of the internal domain of the source server. To locate this information, on the source server, click Start, click Run, and then type Cmd. At the command prompt, type Set. The full DNS name of the internal domain is listed as USERDNSDOMAIN.
Record the NetBIOS domain name for the source server. To locate this information, on the source server, click Start, click Run, and then type Cmd. At the command prompt, type Set. The NetBIOS domain name is listed as USERDOMAIN.
Decide on an IP address for the destination server that is not used on the network and that is within the same range as the IP address of the source server (for example, 192.168.16.2 and 192.168.16.3 are in the same range).
If you are running a router device that also provides a DHCP Server service, the destination server IP address should be in the range of the router device address. Ensure that the router device is connected to the destination server during Windows SBS 2003 Setup so that DHCP is properly configured.
If your source server is running a DHCP service, check the DHCP scope to locate the IP addresses that are currently in use on the network.
On the source server, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DHCP.
Double-click YourServerName, double-click Scope, and then click Address Leases. A list of computers and IP addresses appears.
The Administrator accounts on both the source and destination servers must be named Administrator. If you renamed a built-in Administrator account to something other than Administrator, you must rename the account back to Administrator for the migration.