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Netware 6.5 Migration

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Hello, We have netware 6.5 server and Active directory in place. we use netvision to sync Ad and NDS.
We want to migrate Netware 6.5 file sharing to Active Directory. How can I Export all the user rights and groups
information to file and study all the rights assing to Netware Directory structure?
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by:VIJAY2766
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Netware 6.5 Migration to Active Directory
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by:BudDurland
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I don't think you can automagically transfer rights assignments from NetWare to WIndows.  However, you could use TRUSTEE.NLM to document the rights on a volume, then manually re-create them.  I had trouble finding a download link for TRUSTEE.NLM on the Novell web site, but I did find it here:

http://netlab1.usu.edu/pub/netwire/nsd/http://netlab1.usu.edu/pub/netwire/nsd/trust110f.exe

Hope this helps

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ZENandEmailguy earned 500 total points
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The Quest NDS migrator utility will do all of the user/group file and rights from NetWare/eDirectory over to Windows/AD.  I'm not a proponent of migration to Windoze but if you must, this is a pretty good utility.  There is a charge per user to do the work.
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