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Add existing sharepoint web application to the new Sharepoint farm

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Hi professionals:   Currently, we got our own sharepoint intranet and sharepoint reporting server in NZ. Now, We want to have seperate sharepoint intranet and report site in Australia. I created a new farm based on a australia server. So how can I add the existing share point intranet and sharepoint report site to this new Australia sharepoint farm?   Thanks in advanceDavid Chen

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