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backing up user names and password from one 2000 domain to another.

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Is there a way I can back up the user names and passwords of a 2K domain and restore them on another new 2K domain?
If so, how?

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Joseph
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Hyena can export them to many formats. Unfortunately, I know of no importing tool...

www.systemtools.com

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thank you for your response jmiller47. The more I look the more I find out it is the case.  The :only back up the System State data" back's up the users, but also as I understand the A.D.

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