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  • ADMT Error 'ERR2:7697

    Good morning!!!

    I really hope you guys can help me, I'm about to throw this server out of the window!
    Source: SBS 2003
    Destination: SBS 2008, different domain
    Using: ADMT 3.0
    Problem:
    Both S&D can ping eachother, when I go to move users I get this error:
    [Settings Section]
    Task: User Migration (7)
    ADMT Console
    User: SOURCE\Administrator
    Computer: SOURCE01.SOURCE.local (SOURCE01)
    Domain: SOURCE.local (SOURCE)
    OS: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 5.2 (3790) Service Pack 2
    Source Domain
    Name: SOURCE.local (SOURCE)
    DC: SOURCE.SOURCE.local (SOURCE)
    OS: Windows Server 2003 5.2 (3790) Service Pack 2
    OU:
    Target Domain
    Name: DESTINATION.local (DESTINATION)
    DC: DEST08.DESTINATION.local (DEST0
    OS: Windows ServerŪ 2008 Standard FE 6.0 (6002) Service Pack 2
    OU: LDAP://DESTINATION.local/OU=SBSUsers,OU=Users,OU=MyBusiness,DC=DESTINATION, DC=local
    Intra-Forest: No
    Password Option: Generate passwords, only for new objects = No
    Password File: 'C:\WINDOWS\ADMT\Logs\passwords.txt'
    Migrate Security Identifiers: Yes
    Update Rights: No
    Translate Roaming Profiles: No
    Fix group membership: Yes
    Conflict Option: Ignore
    Source Disable Option: Leave source account
    Source Expiration: Do not expire source account
    Target Disable Option: Set target same as source
    Migrate groups: No
    Migrate service accounts: Yes

    [Object Migration Section]
    2011-11-02 12:10:52 Starting Account Replicator.
    2011-11-02 12:10:55 ERR2:7697 Unable to get global catalog server name for forest 'DESTINATION.local'. The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted.
    2011-11-02 12:10:55 ERR3:7585 The account replicator is unable to continue. The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted.
    2011-11-02 12:10:55 Operation completed.

    Thanks in advance =\

  • #2
    Re: ADMT Error 'ERR2:7697

    uhm.. I understood that a trust relationship was required for ADMT?

    and that SBS cannot create trusts.. ?

    Is there any reason you chose to useADMT, rather than the well known, tried and tested Swing Migration kit ?
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    • #3
      Re: ADMT Error 'ERR2:7697

      I've heard a few things about the swing, but don't you have to purchase it?

      ... Upper-management gives IT a 0 budget, of course.

      ..anything else you'd suggest?

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      • #4
        Re: ADMT Error 'ERR2:7697

        finding rlevant technical papers to support your argument that you cannot use ADMT, as it requires a trust, and the software they want to use requires a trust.

        back that up with an inflated estimate of how long it would take you to manually export, and import, all the data into the new domain, and associated after-hours costs.

        then tell them what the swing migration costs. It's only a couple of hundred bucks, if i recall..


        also, take a look at this page:
        http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...8WS.10%29.aspx
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        • #5
          Re: ADMT Error 'ERR2:7697

          There has to be a way to do the migration without purchasing the Swing Kit..
          Microsoft, as crazy as they are, would have made a way, someway.


          I am certainly not opposed to buying it MYSELF, if it means I won't have to stay in the office all those late nights I face, while the boss is sleeping comfortably in his mansion.


          I will try the other link you posted, but I am trying to go from sbs 2003 to sbs 2011.

          is there anything else you recommend me looking into?

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