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5. In the User Selection window, click the Add button and select the user(s) you want to migrate. Then click OK. The users you selected now appear in the User Selection window, shown in Figure 4-10. Click Next.
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6. In the Organizational Unit Selection window, click the Browse button to select the OU or container to which you want to move the user account in the target domain. Notice that the OU is displayed by its LDAP name, as shown in Figure 4-11. Click Next. 7. In the User Account window, enter a valid user name and password with administrative rights to the target domain and then click Next. 8. In the User Options window, shown in Figure 4-12, you see a number of check box options you can select. For example, you can choose to migrate roaming profiles, associated groups, and so forth. You can also choose to rename the migrated account if desired. Make your selections and then click Next. 9. In the Naming Conflicts window, the wizard asks you how you would like to handle group account name conflicts. You can choose to ignore the conflict and not migrate the account or to replace conflicting accounts by renaming them or removing them. Make your selection and click Next. 10. Click the Finish button. A window appears showing you the progress of the account migration. If you chose to test the account, you see any errors that might have occurred.
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As you can tell, there are a number of wizards available in and things you can do with this tool. I would also like to point out that this tool contains a reports wizard that helps you analyze potential migrations and generate reports. This can help identify and solve potential migration problems before attempting the actual migration.
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Moving accounts is your most difficult task of domain migration. Moving computers so they become domain members is not so difficult assuming those computers are installed with Windows 2000. Windows 2000 servers can be moved from domain to domain without having to completely reinstall the operating system. You can use ADMT or the Netdom utility to create computer accounts in the new domain for NT computers. You can also use Movetree to move Windows 2000 accounts between domains.
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Once all users, groups, computers, and resources have been moved, you can finally decommission the old domain by demoting and removing the existing BDCs and finally the PDC. These computers can be recommissioned in the new domain (or another domain) and upgraded to Windows 2000 where they can be used as domain controllers or member servers.
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You ll have some cleanup work to do once the process of decommissioning is complete. Make sure you take a hard look at your group accounts. You may need to consolidate or even remove some to make the most of Windows 2000 features. See 9 to learn more.
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Consolidating domains is no fun task and a lot of planning has to go into the process so attempt to avoid problems. Even so, you should expect issues to arise and should be prepared to solve them as necessary. Depending on the existing structure of your network and the existing strength of your network structure, domain consolidation can move along somewhat smoothly. As a quick reference, just remember to think about the following issues before consolidating your domains: Consider your existing domain structure carefully. Do you need to restructure If so, how can you restructure your domains into the Windows 2000 model using the least path of resistance If you believe your existing domain structure needs to be completely revamped, plan to create a pristine forest and then to move your existing resources into the new forest. This process enables you to maintain a production environment while you are actually restructuring your network. Begin the upgrade to Windows 2000 in the domain that will become the root domain. You can then begin to merge existing domains into that domain and then consolidate resource domains into child domains or OUs. Complete the migration of that domain before beginning other domain upgrades. Once you are completely upgraded, you can change the domain mode to native.
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