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Migrated user account - Can't logon using username@domain.com

Posted on 2004-04-01
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Hi,

Pilot testing. I've migrated user accounts from NT4 to 2003, mailbox included, all works fine. I just can't use  "username@domain.com" to logon to AD. I need to use the Pre-Windows 2000 account name. I know I can rename the Pre-W2K account name to reflect the 2003 account name, but that doesn't resolve the issue.

I didn't find any relevant doc on the subject, or don't remember reading such info. I'm convinced I have missed a step...

Thanks in advance.
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Are you still using NT Clients? They can't handle the username@domain notation.

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Ok, found it. I had to cut the Trusts between NT4 and AD. All makes sense now.

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You can go to Community support and get a refund if you found the problem yourself
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