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Upgrade from Windows NT to new Windows 2000 server

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I am currently using Windows NT which  is stored all the users information, user files, permission, and login script. Last few days I bought a new server and installed Windows 2000 server on it.

My problem is I would like to get all users information, files permission and login script that I have in Windows NT to Windows 2000 server because all the files in Windows NT will be stored in the new server, Windows 2000.

Any tools or method that we can transfer the information from Windows NT to Windows 2000 server, especially users information, files permission, login script.

Please help.

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This URL have many informations about this subject.
You need to have a login and password :
http://www.microsoft.com/seminar/shared/asp/view.asp?url=/Seminar/en/19990923TEDMS/manifest.xml
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