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  • Migration of Terminal Servers with ADMT

    Hello everyone,

    I did a fast search but did not find instructions on how to migrate a Terminal Server machine (and all the users) to a new domain, using ADMT.
    All users connect to the TS from thin clients.

    I already did a migration with PCs, but I don't know how different the procedure is with Terminal Servers.

    Can someone please point me in the right direction?
    Thanks a lot in advance.

    Axplains

  • #2
    Re: Migration of Terminal Servers with ADMT

    the same way you migrate a PC, not much different.

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    • #3
      Re: Migration of Terminal Servers with ADMT

      Really?

      You mean, migrate all users, than migrate the machines in order to join the new domain and that's all?

      Wow, and I was worried about that...

      Thanks for your help.

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      • #4
        Re: Migration of Terminal Servers with ADMT

        and running the Security translation Wizard as well.

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        • #5
          Re: Migration of Terminal Servers with ADMT

          You mean, after the migration of the TS?
          What should I translate? (Everything I suppose...)
          Add or replace?

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          • #6
            Re: Migration of Terminal Servers with ADMT

            Originally posted by axplains View Post
            You mean, after the migration of the TS?
            What should I translate? (Everything I suppose...)
            Add or replace?
            Yes , after Machine Migration (pick everything, you got nothing to lose).
            as for ADD or Replace , this depends on rather you planing to have the old domain for a period of time until you done with the migration.
            Add means that the users from the old domain would still be able to access the resources on the migrated machine on the new domain or access the resources using their SID History (if you migrated that as well).
            the replace means that only the migrated users/groups on the new domain could access the resources of the machine.
            You could always run the security migration Wizard later on again (you can run it as many times as you like) and clean up the junk (if you picked "ADD") which btw is MS best practice for security reasons after the migration process is complete, by picking replace, that would remove the old permissions settings.

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            • #7
              Re: Migration of Terminal Servers with ADMT

              Thanks a lot.

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