Re: migrating computer account from SBS2000 to WS2003R2 using ADMT 2.0
- From: "Ace Fekay [MVP]" <PleaseAskMe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 23:54:25 -0500
eduardo <eduardo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> stated, which I commented on
Hello, I´m having a problem migrating computer accounts from an
SBS2000 Server to a Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition R2 using
The problem is that when the agent is runnning on the machine that is
being migrated, the files, shares, printers, registry settings, etc
is not migrated to the new profile. The machine account migrates fine
to the new domain, but the user profile is not migrated.
Any ideas on why this is happening? I´m running the ADMT from the
SBS2000 because on the W2003 there were permission problems.
Let me know what else to try...
It might have to do with the permissions problems. I assume you attempted to
create a two-way trust between the two domains? The problem with SBS is you
cannot create trusts. That may be the problem, because a trust is part of
the requirements. It is also recommended to run ADMT on the target, not the
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