Migrating Roaming User Profiles from NT4 Domain to Windows 2003 Domain

We have roaming profiles enabled on our NT4 Domain.

I am using the Active Directory Users Tool to migrate User A/C's

I am logged into the Win 2oo3 Server as Domain admin.

When using the Migration tool I am selecting to migrate user profiles.

ERR2:7207 Skipping \\cmi20\profiles$\jley, rc=5   Access is denied.

I need to make sure that the roaming profile is migrated.

I have given win 2003 Domain admins access to the user Profile Folder.

Kevan
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JammyPakCommented:
My guess is that you didn't select the checkbox to reset permissions on all the child objects (in the advanced properties). So, the admin has rights to the top-level, but not everything inside it. I also got burned once by hidden files - make sure you show all files and then re-set the perms.
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cmiadminAuthor Commented:
Solved the issue by adding the Domain Admins group from the windows 2003 domain to the local administrators group on the server where the profiles were stored.

I ran the migration tool again and it finished with no errors.

Can you please close the case.

Kevan
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JammyPakCommented:
you need to post to Community Support to close it - look in the 'Question and Answer tips' to see instructions.
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moduloCommented:
PAQed with points refunded (500)

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