ADMT is Microsoft's Active Directory Migration Tool.

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How do I migrate, and rename a computer using ADMT command line?

I've checked all the ADMT documentation, experimented with negative results and am unable to get ADMT to rename a computer during a migration. The command I'm using is: C:\admt>admt computer ...
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ADMT trust issue

I made some VMs (.local domain but there were tests) to test transferring users and computers from one domain to another everything worked fine. I set up the new domain. Set up the trust. Everything ...
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AD and Exchange Migration - 2003 to 2008 R2

I am working on a project where we need to migrate a 2003 AD domain to a 2008 R2, they also have exchange 2003 in place, and all users account would need to be migrated to exchange 2010. So, what I ...
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ADMIN$ and other shares not working remotely on XP machines

I'm trying to use ADMT to migrate several XP machines to a new domain and the utility (nor command line) is able to access the admin$ share or any drive share. I've added the required registry key ...
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AD Migration from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011

I am looking at doing a cross forest AD migration from SBS 2003 to SBS 2011. I have a new server that runs SBS 2011 with a new domain name and am looking at moving all the user profiles from say ...
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Child Domain Migration to Parent Domain

Our company is planning on moving from a single forest with multiple domains to a single forest with a single domain. This is my infrastructure: Forest Root ROOT-DC.techtunes.lan ...
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Active Directory Merge - Merging User accounts

I need to merge two active directories, OLD and NEW. However, many users already exist in both OLD and NEW with the same userid. I want to preserve the sid of Bill@new, while merging in the sid ...
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Migrating User Profiles/Merging User Accounts in Two AD Domains

We have two domains in separate forests and need to merge/migrate them. I believe a simple migration with ADMT will move all the local user profiles over, and will not be a problem. The potential ...
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computer and User Account Migrated using ADMT but not sending mail

I have successfully migrated a User and Computer account using ADMT. The user is able to login to the computer with the new account and is able to open outlook receive mail but is not able to send ...
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ADMT TcpipClientSupport issue

I am in the process of trying to start moving my AD accounts to my new domain using ADMT 3.1 but when I do a user migration I get the following error in the error log. 2009-12-08 14:55:32 ERR2:7435 ...
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SQL 2000 and group names

I have a SQL 2000 server which has databases, under user section of the database object, I have some NT 4.0 groups. These groups were migrated over to Active Directory some time ago using ADMT with ...
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Does the active directory migration tool keep the same user SIDs?

I have to do a migration of my active directory to a new domain. I know that a lot of the SharePoint and SQL applications we run use domain accounts inside them and I'm worried how the migration will ...