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Replacing old Lotus Notes hardware

I am looking to build a new NT server, install the current version of Lotus Notes in an effort to replace my old hardware. I was hoping to find a step by step document that would outline this procedure. I am sure there are key files and folders that need to be copied from the old system to a new one, as well as retaining IP addresses, Notes server name, etc.
You should reference this tip, Best practices for converting and moving to ND6. I wrote about this a little over a year ago.

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