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By jaoff ·
I want to install a new server but I do not want to lose the active directory. How do I migrate the AD on the old directory so that I have all the information in tact.

Also, the users points to a folder \\server/home/username

How do I make sure the new home is reflected in the user's Profile tab on the new machine when you access the property of a user.

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by Mudi In reply to installation of a new mac ...

Information you supplied is not enough. I am gussing that you want to migrate from win2k to 2003, if this is the case use active directory migration tool (Download from : http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/downloads/tools/admt/default.asp). This MS link will help you wiht that http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=326480.

Regards

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by jaoff In reply to installation of a new mac ...

I am not migrating. I am setting up another box with Win2k.

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by martin In reply to installation of a new mac ...

If you are keeping your current w2k server then active directory should not come into it unless you want it too keep a part of the dirtectory.

Is it just going to be a member server to store data? what did you have in mind for the new server?

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by jaoff In reply to

I want make the new server the current user server.

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by martin In reply to installation of a new mac ...

Try this link. It maybe of help.

http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/2000/server/reskit/en-us/deploy/part4/chapt-15.mspx

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