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ADMT v. 3 error on source domain

Posted on 2008-06-20
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I am trying to migrate a computer account from source to target domain using ADMT v.3 ... thing is that when I browse the target domain - pick an OU - I get an error displaying that the selected OU does not exist on the target domain. Thats kind og strange since I can browse the OU structure on the target domain no problem. The trust between the 2 domains is verified and in place.
It is all 2003
Any ideas ?

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Problem solved.

To fix it, one needs to logon to the source domain controller with an administrative account from the target domain.

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