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    Posted: 14 Nov 2023 at 10:24am
Hello, so i have been able to migrate computers from AD DOMAIN to AZURE AD without a problem using User profile wizard deployment kit (Using Namelookup, provision package etc). I did it by just by creating the files (script and exe file) and just put on usb key and deploy on every computer.

I now want to deploy from one domain joined computer to the rest of the computers in the enviroment. 
How can i do that, can someone help me with that?

Sincerly Petur
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There are a number of options on how you can remotely deploy the Corporate Edition of the Wizard on the computers you are migrating depending on what tools you have in place and your particular environment. 

- You could deploy the Wizard via Group Policy as the computers are currently joined to a Domain
- You could deploy the Single Deployment File via an RMM, if one is in place
- You could run the Wizard by command line from a single 'admin' PC, one at a time
- You could use a tool we include called profbat to push the Wizard to the computers you are migrating from one PC (please see Page 95 of the Corporate User Guide for more information). 

I hope this helps, if you need any further assistance please can you contact us at support@ with your log file, config file and machine lookup file (if you're using profbat) and we'll be happy to help.

Many thanks,

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