Getting "auditing error" when preforming Active Directory Migration

Posted on 2012-08-14
Last Modified: 2012-09-10
I have a DC in my source domain that is running 2008 sp2 standard.

My target is a 2003 domain.

I've followed the ADMT guide and configured the domains, but i get the error (screen shot below) when trying to migrate SIDS.

I enabled auditing on the source DC. Now there are other DC's in the domain that I did not enable auditing I need it, if I'm pointing to this one DC that has auditing enabled?

I created the local security group in the source domain to be the domainname $$$.

Since I'm running 2003 in the target domain, there's nothing I need to do to enable auditing..right.

Any thoughts what to check?
Question by:rdefino
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    Expert Comment

    I am not sure but There might be need to run adprep /forestprep or domainprep

    Author Comment

    Run that where??
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    Expert Comment

    on 2003

    Author Comment

    Where do you see this in the guide. I cannot find it?

    i have no idea what your talking about.

    Accepted Solution

    Turned out to be a permissions issue in the source domain.

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