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Migrating Active Directory user accounts and Exchange mailboxes to another domain.

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I need to move user accounts and Exchange mailboxes to another Windows 2003 domain. Is it just simply a matter of exporting the objects and importing them into a new domail? Additionaly, I have several XP Pro workstations that have local profiles. If I remove the workstations from the current domain and add it to a new domain will it not corrupt the local profiles?

Does anyone have suggestions or access to a good how to article, etc.?

Thanks very much for the assistance!!!
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Try taking a look at http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/Q_21599248.html and see if that will help get you started
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printers are local so no there wont be an issue,

you need to migrate the user accounts using ADMT

I am sure the above link has some other useful info as well
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