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Domain to Domain?

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Category: ForensiT Support
Forum Name: Domain Migration
Forum Discription: User Profile Wizard questions, suggestions, comments and bug reports
URL: http://forum.ForensiT.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=1721
Printed Date: 17 Jul 2019 at 12:10pm


Topic: Domain to Domain?
Posted By: JustAnotherUser
Subject: Domain to Domain?
Date Posted: 23 Apr 2019 at 9:47pm
Hi All,

I am planning on using the Personal Edition and the interactive GUI interface for about 5 workstations from old domain/server to new domain/server

I have been practicing with DOMAIN Profile to LOCAL Profile and remove the system from the Domain. Worked Great!

I have been able to migrate a LOCAL profile to DOMAIN profile and join a domiain. Figured out that I need the workstaion DNS to point to the AD/DNS/SERVER reboot the workstaion and it worked fine.

If I have a workstation in Domian ABC, Profile JOE and DNS pointing to SERVER-A and want want the workstation to now be part of Domain XYZ, use Profile JOE and talk to SERVER-X, are these steps correct..

- Create Local user named ADMIN on the workstation
- Login as the local user ADMIN on the workstation
- Set the DNS to point to the new AD/DNS/SERVER-X
- Reboot & Login as local user ADMIN
- Run ProfileWizard and migrate user ABC\JOE to XYZ\JOE

OR, SHOULD I BE DOING THIS...

- Create Local user named ADMIN on the workstation
- Login as the local user ADMIN on the workstation
**** REMOVE THE WORKSTATION FROM THE DOMAIN MANUALLY ******
- Set the DNS to point to the new AD/DNS/SERVER-X
- Reboot & Login as local user ADMIN
- Run ProfileWizard and migrate user profile JOE to XYZ\JOE


Don't want to risk corrupting a profile by making a mistake and then not being able to migrate it at all.


Thanks for your time and expertise.












- REMOVE THE WORKSTATION FROM THE DOMAIN MANUALLY



Replies:
Posted By: fruska
Date Posted: 12 Jun 2019 at 8:20am
Hi,
considering that nobody answers didt you figured answers alone ?

I have similar questions ans some more .If you are there and can help me with answers I will appreciate that.



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