I have an FTP server (windows 2003, IIS 6) sitting in the DMZ that hosts folders which are tied to a local account.
I am looking to move these accounts to a new DMZ domain but am wondering if anyone knows of any tools that will pull the account details out so I can import them to into a new Active directory (ideally I would prefer not to have to join this old server to the new domain) ?
What would be great too if there is a way of telling when each account was logged into last as I am sure there are a lot of redundant accounts on there.
Furthermore if there is a way of exporting the FTP folder permissions to a new server so essentially LOCALHOST\user1 NTFS permissions will go to NEWDOMAIN\user1 etc.
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