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Need instructions on using MSDSS (Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services) to migrate Novell 6.5 objects to Windows Server 2003 Active Directory

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Need instructions on using MSDSS (Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services) to migrate Novell 6.5 objects to Windows Server 2003 Active Directory.

What website URLs give step by step instructions on how to do this?
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NJComputerNetworks,

I have read this document.

The document mentions Novell Netware v. 6, but doesn't say anything about Novell Netware v. 6.5.

Will the steps and procedures in this document also work with migrating from Novell Netware v. 6.5 to Windows Server 2003?
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Huh... the doc says 3.x through 6.5:

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The scope of this guide is to provide guidance on the process for migrating Novell versions 3.x to 6.5 to Windows Server 2003 and Active Directory. The process includes envisioning and planning the migration project and guidance on implementing the solution using Microsoft and other vendors' tools (if required). Additional areas that are in scope include:
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You're right. I missed that before.
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