SBS 2011 Migration

I am at the step to Migrate User Accounts in a SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 migration, however the task shows completed, which I must have indicaed accidentally.  I still need to run the Migrate User Accounts task, but when I choose the now completed task and click Next, the system takes me to the next task.

Is there any way to go back to rerun a completed task of the migration or more to the point is there a manual way for me to run the Migrate User Accounts task?
mdwhitesideAsked:
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louisreevesCommented:
This is a relatively common occurance. you can just cahnge the MSSBScreation state AD attribute for the user and then change the role groups and the will get the user into SBS 2011

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg563796.aspx

i know this is clunky but this is the way you do it. It sees like the wizzard has been completed it I am wong then it sounds like the ADMT may need to be run? it sounds like you are way past that but just in case:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2009/05/01/sbs-2003-to-sbs-2008-migration-to-a-different-domain-name.aspx

ot this

http://archive.feedblitz.com/81812/~3968418

I hope this helps.

L
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mdwhitesideAuthor Commented:
I have alreday run the GroupConverter program to change the attribute of the migrated groups.

I found some other information and performed the following:

In the Standard Console, on Users and Groups, Users Tab, I did the following:
1.  Change user roles for user accounts.
2.  Chose user role (standard).
3.  Chose replace user permissions or settings (radio button).
4.  Chose display all users in active directory.
5.  Chose to add the users to the right pane.
6.  Chose change user roles.

Now all of the users show up in the standard cosole, so that problem seems to be resolved.  However, I now have a related issue.  The next step is to map user accounts to computers, but the computers do not show up in the network list.

I tried going to one of the computers and running connect in the browser, but it stops running and I get a message that SBS 2011 Standard Connect Computer has encountered a problem and needs to close.  I've tried several times, including restarting the computer, but still get the same message.
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mdwhitesideAuthor Commented:
Additional information found in my reference work also contributed to complete answer.
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