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Migrating user from one domain to another

Posted on 2004-03-29
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Dear all,

How do I migrate all the user's profile from one domain to another?
Example, if I have a user who is on domain A, and he has all his personal settings (program files, personal data, etc), we want to move him to domain B, keeping all his personal settings.

TIA
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GrpCpy: Group Copy - This GUI tool enables users to copy the usernames in an existing group to another group in the same or another domain or on a computer running Windows 2000.
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MoveTree: Active Directory Object Manager - Movetree.exe is a command line tool that allows administrators to move Active Directory objects such as organizational units, users or computers between domains in a single forest.
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SubInAcl: With this command-line tool, administrators can obtain security information on files, registry keys, and services, and transfer this information from user to user, from local or global group to group, and from domain to domain.
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