What (if any) steps to do after NT to 2003 migration?

Posted on 2005-05-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
I have recently removed the old NT4 server from my Windows 2003 domain, I used the various wizards 2003 supplied me  with to accomplish the task of migrating. Along the way I seem to remember something about a SID cleanup wizard(I think) it was suppose to strip all the old sids from the NT domain that I migrated with the security translation wizard when I copied over the user accounts.

If anyone can think of anything else I may want to look at I would appreaciate it.
Question by:datatronics
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    Hi datatronics,

    here is a step by step guide to migrating from nt4 to 2003 - see if there is anything you havent done

    here is some microsoft info as well

    hope that helps


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