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Migrated Users Can not access websites

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We migrated our domain users from one domain to a new domain.  We pointed the new SSID of the Profile to the old profile.  Since doing so all those users cannot get to web sites VIA IE8 with logon screens ( Guessing anything SSL).  There must be something in the registry causing this and I need help finding it.
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Repush the permissions to their profile folders, granting them access Full Control to their new domain/username.

You don't want to simply repoint a profile from a domain to another domains user. Tons of hard coded old domain references, and probably incorrect values, policy tattoing etc.

Its always best to allow a fresh profile to create, and migrate the needed data. Will take longer, but is more efficient in the long run....
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And I would also expect other issues regarding access rights to pop up... This is the main reason I suggested what I did. Thinkgs might owrk well for a bit, but eventually, something will probably jump up and bite ya with this......
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Ya kinda having that feeling myself...
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