Searched for: "domain migration cookbook"

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  • TechRepublic Staff // June 12, 2003, 3:31 PM PST

    Moving users, servers, cpu to new domain

    Hi As far as I can make out it is difficult to move objects to a completely un-associated domain. Without upgrading, possible options: i. Create new forest / domain trees. Create...

  • casta@yahoo.com // April 30, 2003, 7:30 PM PST

    ADMT

    Hi all, Well this morning I started to migrate users from one NT domain into a new 2000 domain (Native Mode)using the ADMT version from the 2003 CD. I have created the trust rela...

  • TechRepublic Staff // May 21, 2002, 12:12 PM PST

    Adding a w2k DC to a NT domain

    Try to read this first Domain Migration Cookbook - Chapter 10: Consolidation of Windows NT 4.0 Resource Domains http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/TechNet...

  • TechRepublic Staff // April 29, 2002, 12:40 AM PST

    Step by Step Instructions

    There are three ways to run NT4.0 and Win2K servers in a mixed environment. 1. You can join your Win2K server to the NT 4.0 domain. In this case, the Win2K server can ONLY have...

  • TechRepublic Staff // March 24, 2002, 9:13 PM PST

    Win2K Server install on NT domain

    One issue at a time: 1. I've never done this, but I think there is a way to do it by creating a completely separate Win2K domain and then using the Active Directory Migration Wiza...

  • TechRepublic Staff // September 1, 2001, 1:40 AM PST

    NT4.0 Domains Into Windows 2000 Network

    if you want nt4 domain to participate a win2k domain.you can astablish trust between them. and asign user rights as you please.this is usuali done when you want to migrate nt4 to ...

  • TechRepublic Staff // August 15, 2001, 2:54 AM PST

    Moving From NT 4.0 PDC to Win2k Adv Srv

    Yes and No, You can't bring the W2K server up in the same domain as a DC. You can create a new domain and copy accounts, groups, everything, and move the rest of your member serve...

  • TechRepublic Staff // July 28, 2001, 9:24 AM PST

    A DC joining another Domain as a DC

    Must be.. take out the spaces.. after you paste... this is the w2k domain migration cookbook...