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Windows 2000 to 2003 Migration, SID History was used but migrated accounts are gettting Access Denied to resources.

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Windows 2000 to 2003 Migration, SID History was used but migrated accounts are gettting Access Denied to resources.
I verified that the SID Hitory attribute on the new domain account as the correct SID from the old.
I simply tried to access some sharred folders and get Access Denied.
As a test I manulyy added the users new 2003 account to the permissions on the shared resoures in the old domain and that works, which shows that the SID History is not being checked?

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Ian
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Hi Ian,

Did you disable SID Filtering on the Trust relationship between the old and new domain? If not the permissions will not work between the domains.

If you do need to disable it follow this little MS piece:

http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/Library/01e5cf71-b317-4967-82a2-75b7b632b7461033.mspx?mfr=true

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THANK-YOU....!!!!  I wish we could assign more points!
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Pleasure, glad it helped :)

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