Import User Accounts Settings From Windows 2000 AD to Windows 2003 AD

Posted on 2007-07-29
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
how can i import all user account settings on Windows 2000 AD to Windows 2003 AD?  these are two different domain in a same subnet which the Windows 2000 DC is setup as DOMAINNAME with out the dot com or net.  I tried to use Active Directory Migration tool and it failed saying the WIN 2K DC is not setup properly or doesn't follow the domain name rules...

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    did you set the trust; admin groups between both DCs ?
    please follow this instructions

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