Move Terminal Server 2008 to new Domain?

Posted on 2011-10-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

Im about to upgrade a clients SBS2003 machine to SBS2011. In the process Im going to change the domain name and resetup the 5 PC's to use this new domain.

However they also have a 2008 server running terminal services.

How do I move this to the new domain while mainting all the users accounts files, desktop, config etc...?

Question by:mhdi
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    Accepted Solution

    Well you aren't going to be able too if you moving to a new domain.

    Are you migrating the user accounts with ADMT?

    What process are you taking?

    Author Comment

    I was just going to start from scratch and rebuild the network and copy each user profile on the PCs manually. But I don't think this will work with terminal server.
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    by:Darius Ghassem
    If you are going to rebuild then I would recommend rebuilding profiles as well

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