Migration Tool from Old Domain To New Domain

I Have a New Client who is in big Trouble with 2012 Standard Active Directory.

Desktops are win7Pro and win8.1Pro

I will be cleaning it up but will Need to Detach the Desktops from the Old Domain <corrupted> and reattach to the New Domain

Is there a Working and Proved Tool out there that will allow me to perform this task and keep all user settings??

This is a CPA Office and they have no Less than 8 Versions of 4 Different Programs all with different Settings.

they have Hosted Exchange and additional Pop Accounts.

Joseph SalazarVice President - Senior IT ConsultantAsked:
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Look into fabs auto backup 6. It's not free but is well worth the money. You can backup all your users settings email and restore back.

Cliff GaliherCommented:
Short answer is no. Because it is a new domain, the accounts will be new. And no program can possibly catalog every seeing and properly migrate it. Even major vendors, such as the old laplink program, couldn't make that guarantee. They had a database of programs, tens of thousands, And has So special detection routines for each and special migration steps for each program they had catalogued. But an unknown program could still fail.

You can look at ForensIT ProfWiz, but especially with LOB apps, nothing can be 100% guaranteed.

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Joseph SalazarVice President - Senior IT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Looks Good lruiz52 but in deeper digging it does not work with Windows 7

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Fabs auto backup 6 does work on windows 7,

Fabs auto backup 2 doesn't. 2 is free 6 is not free
Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
+1 for ForensIT ProfWiz. It requires to be able to connect to the old domain to remove the PC from it  and the new to add it) and properly translate SIDs, otherwise the result might be screwed.
Joseph SalazarVice President - Senior IT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
**** OMG ****  

Qlemo this software is the bomb <==>< .com

I even donated $100 bucks I love it so much:

What you have to do:
1) Download Software
2) Go to computer in question and install
3) Create Local User (put in Admin Group)
4) Activate Local Administrator if deactivated
5) Launch Software
6) Pick Profile you wish to move over
7) Pick LOCAL Profile you wish to move TO:
8) Reboot and Wala you have moved your profile

Simply Move Computer to new location and re-attach to new domain

1) Create User on domain you wish to move profile to
2) Login as administrator and put domain users in Admin group
3) Login as Target User for New profile
4) Log back in as Administrator and run program <follow steps above>

You are Now Moved !!!   AWSOME !!!!!
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