I'm not sure what hardware platform you're on but I wouldn't be surprised to hear that (if Unity has been in place for a while) that you're on an H1 or I1 series server (which is EOL) and that you may still be running Win2K and would have to rebuild to get to Win2K3 (and then rebuild Unity and do DiRT, etc - long process). I would actually recommend purchasing a new server and installing a fresh version of Unity 7x and latest ES on that server. Approach it as a new build for the most part. Then use the COBRAS migration tools to move over the majority of your data from the old system to the new. Check out COBRAS at www.ciscounitytools.com and you'll save yourself sometime. Shoot me the specs of what you have (if you want, you can run the GUSI tool and post pertinent info) - system hardware, OS, exact version, and etc and I can help you further with choosing the best way to go.
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