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Migrating Between domains and want to keep profiles of users

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I am upgrading the domain controller at a site with multiple users using each machine (no roaming profiles) Im wondering how i can use USMT to copy each users profile on the machine so i can easily import them when i join the machine to the new domain.
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Instructions on using the USMT and the download for the new version 3 of the tool can be found here http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsVista/en/library/91f62fc4-621f-4537-b311-1307df0105611033.mspx?mfr=true
The new version of USMT also supports Vista - don't be put off - it still works with XP as well.
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