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Saturday, April 20, 2024

Windows® User Profile Migration

Learn more about how to migrate computers including local user profiles between two domains in different forests without using sidHistory.

Computer and Profile Migration

This video provides a comprehensive walkthrough of migrating Windows® computer domain membership, complete with local user profiles, to a target domain located in a separate forest (inter-forest).

This video provides a comprehensive walkthrough of migrating Windows® computer domain membership, complete with local user profiles, to a target domain located in a separate forest (inter-forest).

It is assumed the user account itself has already been migrated using a User and Group Migration job. You can find more information about Active Directory User and Group Migrations in this video: Active Directory Domain Migration

Video

Environment

The source is running a Windows® 2016 and the target a Windows® 2022 domain, which trusts the source domain. The client in this example is running Windows® 10 but the show-cased feature is compatible with Windows® 7 up to Windows® 11.

Settings

Job Type
Computer and Profile Migration

Name and Description Page
Name: Computer Migration

Domain Selection Page
Current domain controller: WIN2K16
Target domain controller: WIN2K22

Computer Migration Page
Specific accounts: WIN10

Settings Page
Migrate profiles: Enabled

Notes

If you want to migrate between two domains, where the target domain does not trust the source domain, it is required that you install CopyRight2 in the source domain, on a member or domain controller and additionally that you install the CopyRight2 RPC service.

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