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    Migrating an MDT Database

    Evening Awl,

    I wonder if anyone could provide instructions on how to migrate an MDT database from an old MDT server to a newly built MDT server?

    I guess it's an export/import jobbie but that makes it sound too easy.

    Gareth

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    The MDT database is backed by sql.
    If the Sql server is separate from MDT and not changing just connect the new MDT server to the existing database.

    If the sql server is moving as well, it would be an sql backup and restored onto new server. Then connect MDT to the restored database.

    Cheers,

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    I'll dig out what I used and send it over, it's very simple :-)

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