Just as a heads up, most of the Technet articles I found on doing a SBS 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials migration cover Server 2012, not 2012 R2 and they all mention installing the server in "Migration Mode" and grabbing the "Server Migration Prep Tool" from a folder on the DVD called supporttools.
When Jeff Deleted One Registry Value, You Wouldn’t Believe The Difference It Made or Accessing SBS 2003 Previous Versions on Win 7/Server 2008
Dropped a Server 2008 R2 machine in to a client's environment to act as a Remote Desktop Host, but when I went to check on Previous Versions functionality, I saw that all the entries were the same date when accessed from the 2008 box, but they were fine on my XP clients and the 2003 box itself.
So, we're at a client's and we have to do a migration from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011.
We're relying on Microsoft's instructions to get us through the night.
It's 7:31 pm on a Friday night. The air conditioning in the office has been turned off, so it's a bit sultry.
For a while, Dell was shipping their Small Business Servers with a 12GB System partition. While that may have seemed like a lot of space at one time, it's not amymore, and we're seeing clients' servers getting stressed out as they're pushing the limits of the partition size.