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Roaming Profile Translation and ADMT agent server start issues

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I'm leveraging ADMT 3.2 to migrate over a forest trust.  Everything works fine except for Roaming Profile Translations and the Computer Migration Agent.

When running the Roaming Profile Translation I get the following system event:

Event ID:
Source: Kernel-General
Event ID: 11
Level: Information

TxR init phas for hive ******************\NTuser.DAT (TM:{******}, RM:{*****}) finished with result=0xc00000bb (Internal code=0)

When running the  computer migration I have the following errors with the agent:

WRN1: 7019 Failed to start the agent service.  StartService('OnePointDomainAdminService') rc=1053 The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion.

Systems:

Domain A: Windows Server 2003 64 R2 with Windows 7 x64 Workstations
Domain B: Windows Server 2003 64 R2 with Windows 7 x64 Workstations
ADMT server: Domain B Windows Server 2008 R2 X64


Thanks in advance!
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This is probably access denied issues

The ADMT do not have rights to modify roaming profile security on profile server

To resolve this issue, take folder ownership of roaming profile folder on file sever (profile server) and add built-in administrators group full control on roaming profile folder
Then try to migrate users with roaming profile
I hope you are using account with domain admins account to run ADMT migration wizard

To take ownership of roaming profile share and all sub profile folders use SetAcl \ Subinacl utility
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Windows_Server_2008/A_17526-NTFS-File-System-Folder-ownership-problems-and-resolution.html
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Thanks for the comment.  That's what I thought too but We've already assigned GPO to add the administrators group to redirected profiles ( before the profiles were redirectEd) and our ADMT account is a member of the domain admins of both forests as well as a member of the built in administrators group of bothe domains and a member of the local administrators group of all workstations.

The logs don't indicate any authentication issues - more IOPS
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Try below

Ensure that you can access roaming profile (This should not be issue as you already have taken care.
Disable the firewall and third party anti-virus software on the problematic client.
Ensure the problematic client has been registered successfully in DNS.

Try to migrate computer again in merge mode
OR
Delete computer account from target and  try to migrate again.
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Thanks - will report back.
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Never got this figured out - abandoned the project as it was dev anyhow.
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