[ngw] GroupWise 7.03 on NetWare, Windows 2003/2008

Tom Miller TMiller at hnncsb.org
Wed Apr 7 16:20:43 UTC 2010

I would also take Keith's route.  I moved from 7.x to 8 then Windows.  Clients remain at 7 and some even 6.

>>> "Keith Larson" <klarson at K12GROUP.NET> 4/7/2010 10:39 AM >>>
I would upgrade to 8 and then migrate.

>>> "Paul Caron" <CARONP at mmc.org> 4/7/2010 10:09 AM >>>
I am looking to get my GroupWise servers off of NetWare first (moving them to VM's running Windows 2003), then upgrade to GroupWise 8.  Hit a snag, I think. 
We're just on the verge of rolling out 2008 VM's and find that GroupWise 7.03 is not supported on Windows 2008.  Anyone got that scenario?  Is it running ok for you?  
I'd rather not combine relocating my POAs to a Windows 2008 VM and upgrade it to GroupWise 8 at the same.  I like to take these steps one at a time.  My POAs are also a bit bulky - 70-150 Gig, so time becomes a factor.  
I'd appreciate any input you can share.

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