Active Directory Migration tools ADMT3.2

Dear experts,

Thanks in advance. Please help me out..

Source domain- Testking.local Windows 2008R2

Traget domain-- Test1.testking.local Windows2012

I have followed all instruction as per the guidelines of ADMT3.2 and tried to migrate two users from Source domain to target domain. After migration using ADMT3.2 I found the two users are not showing in Target domain .I check the logs and foud


Task: User Migration (2)
ADMT Console
    User:       UATCB\administrator
    Computer:   xxxxxxxxxxx
        Domain:     xxxxxxxxxx
        OS:         Windows Server 2012 Datacenter 6.2 (9200)
Source Domain
    Name:  xxxxxxx
    DC:     xxxxxxxxxx
        OS:     Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter 6.1 (7601) Service Pack 1
    OU:    
Target Domain
    Name:   uatcbxxxxxxx
    DC:     xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
        OS:     Windows Server 2012 Datacenter 6.2 (9200)
    OU:     LDAP:/xxxxxCN=Users,DC=xxxx,DC=gov,DC=qa
Intra-Forest: No
Password Option: Generate passwords, only for new objects = No
Password File:   'c:\Windows\ADMT\Logs\passwords.txt'
Migrate Security Identifiers: No
Update Rights: No
Translate Roaming Profiles: No
Fix group membership: Yes
Conflict Option: Ignore
Source Disable Option: Leave source account
Source Expiration: Do not expire source account
Target Disable Option: Set target same as source
Migrate groups: No
Migrate service accounts: Yes
Object Migration Section]
2015-11-14 14:19:30 Starting Account Replicator.
2015-11-14 14:19:30 ERR3:7585 The account replicator is unable to continue.   An operations error occurred.
2015-11-14 14:19:30 Operation completed.

Please help me..
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JJ KRWindows System administratorAsked:
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BembiCEOCommented:
As I see you use the administrator built in account...
The user, who runs the tools should be...
DomainAdmin on the source domain
DomainAdmin in the target domain
Member of the local Admins group.

Full trust between the domains is assumed...
See: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753821.aspx

Make sure there are no firewalls blocking the traffic between the two domains...
Also make sure DNS is configured in the way, the names can be resolved against each other.
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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
I had experienced it long time ago and resolved the issue (can't remember what was the cause) but follow troubleshooting provided below from https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/c2c3cf3e-1583-4cfa-9809-9e80b4ca2d26/admt-30-error-7585 :

caused by the following factors:
Incorrect trust relation
DNS resolution
No-enough permission
TcpipClientSupport value is not enabled.
 
Please perform the following steps and test the result:
 
1. Add Admin account running ADMT tool to the Administrators group of the source domain, and also add this admin account into local Administrators group on client PCs that you are going to migrate
 
2.Verified the trust between these two domains.
 
3. Verified the DNS name resolution. Using the tool nltest to confirm that dcgetdc function is able to locate the DC of the source domain.

nltest /dsgetdc:domainname
 
4.Verified that we have the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\LSA\TcpipClientSupport value set to 1 on the source Domain DC

5. Made source domain as GC and test the result.


Also refer to http://portal.sivarajan.com/2010/04/admt-service-account-permission-and.html for permissions requirements.
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