Moving complete profiles in windows 7

I am changing out a sbs2k8 server with a win2k12 core running hyper v.  There are about 30 host connected to the domain. I am planning on creating a new domain for the win2k12 environment. I need will then drop all desktops out of the old domain and join to the new domain. I know new profiles will be create, however how can i move the old profile to the new profile. i need to move the following items: Documents folder, picture folder, desktop with all icons, pop3 email settings and cached email address, favorites? Is there a script or software that can help me shorten the time per desktop?
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Gabriel CliftonNet AdminCommented:
There is a wonderful program that can take care of that for you from forensit.com.
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awawadaCommented:
The best program we have found is Profile Migrator:

http://www.profilemigrator.com/e/pm/shop

You also get great Support!
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Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
this works very, very well--used it many times my self; can be used for one or all domain profiles http://www.forensit.com/downloads.html
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
Be very careful with 3rd party profile conversion programs.  We just did this with 2 companies we bought and Transwiz really caused a lot of issues with more of the complex builds.  We ended up blowing away the profile and re-doing it all over and stopped using Transwiz.  Right now we are using Fastcopy with an exclude mask of Appdata\;ntuser*.

If you really want a more automated solution; try USMT 5: http://blogs.technet.com/b/nepapfe/archive/2013/04/15/using-usmt-v-5-to-migrate-your-profile-data-apps-amp-profile-settings.aspx.  This is a Microsoft solution.
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