Copying Local Users from one W2003 server to a new W2003 server

Posted on 2008-11-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I'm setting up a new server and need to copy the local user accounts (not in AD) from one server to a new server.  Everything I find says this cannot be done.  Is this true?
Question by:bridgetimiller
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    Correct, no MS way of doing that I am aware of...
    I have not used this software (I'm AD)... but it might help, again- I can't vouch for it... never used it.

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