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Have to join a number of workstations to a new domain but I want to keep the same profile as before, Each WK has outlook/exchange on it....
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I would think the User State Migration tool can help with this.  Did you see this article?

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/e651c1fb-b92e-4be0-ae0e-56323ef388d5/usmt-across-domains?forum=mdt
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