Could someone advise on where a relatively simple / practical explanation is given to perform an "in-place" upgrade from a current WHS installation to a new WHS 2011 installation with the minimum use of additional hardware / storage space?
I built a "future proof" (!?) WHS setup some time ago (64-bit processor; sufficient RAM; SATA II) to be "ready for WHS 2011". A simple "in-place" upgrade is not supported by Microsoft, but I am sure that some smart Windows Secrets reader must already have figured out a practical and relatively simple way of accomplishing this feat? (Without backing everything on WHS up first - i.e. doubling up on server storage space. I am prepared to take some reasonable risk...)