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Copy User Profile Domain1 to Domain2

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Users have been logging in to Domain1.  We have rolled out a new server and want to convert these FOUR users to Domain2.  getting the client PC to join the domain - very easy.  getting the profile to copy over to Domain 2 - not so much.  2008R2 server.

have tried Windows Enabler, no love.  

Any ideas?
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Question by:dougp23
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With only four accounts, I'd look into just using Windows Easy Transfer. It's included with 7. If these are XP, use USMT.
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