Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: EnterpriseDell has announced the 12th generation of its PowerEdge server family, with features designed to take advantage of Windows Server 2012.
I have two servers (Dell PowerEdge 300 and Dell PowerEdge 610).
Basically I have set up the Dell PowerEdge 300 as a Domain Controller with ADDS and DHCP Server and DNS Server running on Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit.
I now want to move to the Dell PowerEdge 610 with exactly the same settings, roles, features, Domain, IP Addresses etc.
I have tried to create a back up and restore the back up but
I have 3 Physical Servers.