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Problem with Migareting Outlook 2010 Lacal profile to domain profile

By naveenparasher ·
I am using local profiles. Let me explain you the whole scenario. All user are on Workgroup and they have to join domain. Local profiles are not same as that of Domain profiles. In my case my local profile waz Navi but now on domain my profile is Naveen. Domain profile name is not same as that of local profle.
I have migrated my Local Profile "Navi" to sherlock profile which is a domain profile. I have migrated all of my data from local profile to domain profile. But i am not able to migrate my Outlook Settings and pst files. How can i migrate my outlook settings and pst files to my domain profile. I am asking this because i have to migrate more than 500 users to domain. So this activity should have to be done with all user. Please tell me the way that i can migrate all of my data including outlook settings to my new domain profile. Other wise i have to do it manually one by one for all users.
Please help...!


Regards,
Naveen

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