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Transferring local users and permissions from Win2K to Windows 2003

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We use a Windows 2000 server to host our website.  It is not a domain controller, just a standalone server.  Over the years, we've added scores of users to the system, to allow them access to certain parts of the website.  

We now want to move up to a Windows 2003 server.  How do we go about transferring all the local users and groups from the Win2K system to the Win2K3 system?
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The following post covers your question:
 http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win2000/Q_20375073.html

I've used Hyena quite a bit and it will handle moving your users for you and makes for a pretty good general purpose tool for working with small networks.
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