The source "WIN2K8R2FS" is running Windows® 2008 R2 and the target "WIN2K12R2FS" Windows® 2012 R2. Both are running remote desktop services allowing users to logon with the remote desktop client.
The source server is a member in the "DomainA.com" domain and the target server is a member of the "DomainB.Com" domain. The software is installed and run on the target system. If newer Windows® versions were used, or if running it on the source, or if source and target were in the same domain or even configured for workgroup mode the same settings could be used.
There are local users on the source server logging on over RDP. The local users are members in local groups located on the member server, granting them permissions to some group shares hosted on the member server as well.
This example video demonstrates how to migrate user profiles of remote desktop users, shortcuts (LNK files), persistent network connections, settings like the most recently used files and other settings referring to migrated UNC paths. It will also show how to migrate local groups, user accounts (including passwords), files, folders, NTFS permissions, file shares, file share permissions.