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Is there a tool for Migrating "local profiles" from a Novell to AD 2003 domain?

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Does anyone know of a good tool (perhaps similar to ADMT) for migrating clients from a Novell network to a 2003 AD domain?   Specifically, we want to migrate the client computer without having to rebuild the user profile.  ADMT does this by bringing over the SID's when migrating users from AD to AD.  This allows a user to log right back onto the machine, keeping email, desktop, printers, and other profile settings.  However, I don't think ADMT support Novell to AD.

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