long time no see.
I've searched the Internet high and low with no luck. I think I actually found the end of the internet and needed an 8in floppy to get in and a punch card to get out, but, none the less.
Here's the scenario
SBS 2003 with 20 clients, mixed Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP Pro SP3 All machines have Office 2007 I Migrated them to SBS 2011, Client machines stayed the same.
The Migration went flawlessly, the only issue on 19 of the machines is the fact that they lost their outlook email address history, so when you open a new email and type the address in the To: field, the history is gone. Annoyance but they'll survive.
One machine, a Vista machine had a highly customized Outlook with Marco's, Scripts, Rules, Custom Toolbar, ETC!
None of the customizations went over with the migration.
My Migration process is simple enough, export outlook to PST Run Windows Files and settings transfer wizard, Backup any data that is not saved to server, stuff on desktop, ETC.
Remove from old Domain. Down old Server Boot up new server Add PC's to new domain Run file and settings transfer wizard Import PST.
This has been my process for years and always works quite well, except this one machine.
I've found many articles out on the net for copying settings like outcmd.dat to get a toolbar back from an old outlook that is/was using a pop server. I tried copying this file just to test and it does not get her toolbar back.
I'm going to do a system restore from before the migration to see if I can get it back up with the old settings but, in the end the question is, Are there custom setting files I am missing that would hold all these settings that are different from pop/smtp versus exchange. and whether they are different or not, do you guys know the names of them so I can copy them to a USB stick or some such and paste them into the new profile I create.
Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide