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carlm

I have one question when i try migrate user's account for
ad source w2k server to ad ad target domain w2k. when i
try put the click in the Sid's migrate y put next the w2k
present one message you must be domain admintrator in the
target domain. Sid's disable
 
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Herb Martin

I have one question when i try migrate user's account for
ad source w2k server to ad ad target domain w2k. when i
try put the click in the Sid's migrate y put next the w2k
present one message you must be domain admintrator in the
target domain. Sid's disable

Are you using ADMT?

You must be admin in target (destination domain) and have admin
priveleges through a trust from the source domain. Target must
be "native mode" or "win2003 server mode"
 
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carlm

Yes i used admt but i not sure how are doing privileges en
admin in target and source domain
 
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Herb Martin

Yes i used admt but i not sure how are doing privileges en
admin in target and source domain

Maybe this is a translation/language issue but if you don't know how
to set privileges, (trusts, admin etc.) then perhaps you should seek local
help before migrating users.

Is the target domain (at least) Native mode?
 
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carlm

Yes both domain is in Native mode, my question is how add
permision one user in the target domain because when one
chick in the windows Sid's migrate giveme one message you
must be adminitraron in target domain
 
H

Herb Martin

Add a trust from the source TO the Target domain (if not in the same
forest.)

In the Source domain, add the "Domain Admins" of target to your
Source Administrators.

Work as a Target domain Admin; Logon fresh (group changes only
take effect at logon.)
 
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another question

Thanks so much
I check the thurth relanship in my server and give me one
message.
Information from the primary domain controller. Cannot be
obtaneid: The RPC server is unavaible. Make sure that the
properly and then try again
 

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